Butch Otter speaks to House and Senate lawmakers Monday at the Capitol in Boise.
Butch Otter speaks to House and Senate lawmakers Monday at the Capitol in Boise. Screenshot via Idaho In Session/IPTV
Butch Otter speaks to House and Senate lawmakers Monday at the Capitol in Boise. Screenshot via Idaho In Session/IPTV

Read Gov. Butch Otter’s full speech to open the 2018 Idaho Legislature

January 08, 2018 01:14 PM

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