Lawmakers listen to Idaho Gov. Butch Otter give his 2016 State of the State address. The three Idaho Supreme Court justices who recently upended longstanding practice regarding how attorney fees are awarded in this state wrote that they took their cue from a past Legislature.
Lawmakers listen to Idaho Gov. Butch Otter give his 2016 State of the State address. The three Idaho Supreme Court justices who recently upended longstanding practice regarding how attorney fees are awarded in this state wrote that they took their cue from a past Legislature. Otto Kitsinger AP file
Lawmakers listen to Idaho Gov. Butch Otter give his 2016 State of the State address. The three Idaho Supreme Court justices who recently upended longstanding practice regarding how attorney fees are awarded in this state wrote that they took their cue from a past Legislature. Otto Kitsinger AP file

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