Hundreds of demonstrators lined the Rotunda and halls of the Idaho Statehouse on Monday in support of "Add the Words" and against House Bill 427. By Wednesday, the bill was pulled from consideration and its sponsor, Rep. Lynn Luker, said it would not come back this session.
Hundreds of demonstrators lined the Rotunda and halls of the Idaho Statehouse on Monday in support of "Add the Words" and against House Bill 427. By Wednesday, the bill was pulled from consideration and its sponsor, Rep. Lynn Luker, said it would not come back this session. jjaszewski@idahostatesman.com
Hundreds of demonstrators lined the Rotunda and halls of the Idaho Statehouse on Monday in support of "Add the Words" and against House Bill 427. By Wednesday, the bill was pulled from consideration and its sponsor, Rep. Lynn Luker, said it would not come back this session. jjaszewski@idahostatesman.com

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