Michele McTiernan-Gleason, left, director of recovery wellness for Connect the Pieces in Boise and singer Jerry Fee represented Idaho at the White House for the Fed Up! Rally in October.
Michele McTiernan-Gleason, left, director of recovery wellness for Connect the Pieces in Boise and singer Jerry Fee represented Idaho at the White House for the Fed Up! Rally in October. Samuel Genovese Courtesy of Samuel Genovese
Michele McTiernan-Gleason, left, director of recovery wellness for Connect the Pieces in Boise and singer Jerry Fee represented Idaho at the White House for the Fed Up! Rally in October. Samuel Genovese Courtesy of Samuel Genovese

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