Gov. Butch Otter speaks following the 2017 legislative session. Behind him, from left, are House Speaker Scott Bedke, Senate Pro Tem Brent Hill and Lt. Gov. Brad Little.
Gov. Butch Otter speaks following the 2017 legislative session. Behind him, from left, are House Speaker Scott Bedke, Senate Pro Tem Brent Hill and Lt. Gov. Brad Little. Katherine Jones Idaho Statesman file
Gov. Butch Otter speaks following the 2017 legislative session. Behind him, from left, are House Speaker Scott Bedke, Senate Pro Tem Brent Hill and Lt. Gov. Brad Little. Katherine Jones Idaho Statesman file

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