Lt. Gov. Brad Little opens the 70th annual conference of the Associated Taxpayers of Idaho at the Boise Centre. He said Republican election victories early this month had created a “turning point for America.”
Lt. Gov. Brad Little opens the 70th annual conference of the Associated Taxpayers of Idaho at the Boise Centre. He said Republican election victories early this month had created a “turning point for America.” Bill Dentzer bdentzer@idahostatesman.com
Lt. Gov. Brad Little opens the 70th annual conference of the Associated Taxpayers of Idaho at the Boise Centre. He said Republican election victories early this month had created a “turning point for America.” Bill Dentzer bdentzer@idahostatesman.com

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