From left, Idaho House Majority Leader Mike Moyle, R-Star, and Speaker Scott Bedke, R-Oakley, consult during a break in House business last March, near the end of the 2016 legislative session. Moyle is a consistent advocate for cutting state taxes.
From left, Idaho House Majority Leader Mike Moyle, R-Star, and Speaker Scott Bedke, R-Oakley, consult during a break in House business last March, near the end of the 2016 legislative session. Moyle is a consistent advocate for cutting state taxes. Statesman file
From left, Idaho House Majority Leader Mike Moyle, R-Star, and Speaker Scott Bedke, R-Oakley, consult during a break in House business last March, near the end of the 2016 legislative session. Moyle is a consistent advocate for cutting state taxes. Statesman file

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