House Speaker Scott Bedke talks with reporters Friday following the House vote to kill an Idaho plan to offer health coverage for uninsured Idahoans. Bedke said he will appoint a joint committee to study Idaho options: “This is Job 1.”
House Speaker Scott Bedke talks with reporters Friday following the House vote to kill an Idaho plan to offer health coverage for uninsured Idahoans. Bedke said he will appoint a joint committee to study Idaho options: “This is Job 1.” Bill Dentzer bdentzer@idahostatesman.com
House Speaker Scott Bedke talks with reporters Friday following the House vote to kill an Idaho plan to offer health coverage for uninsured Idahoans. Bedke said he will appoint a joint committee to study Idaho options: “This is Job 1.” Bill Dentzer bdentzer@idahostatesman.com

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