Idaho residents will decide in November 2018 whether to expand Medicaid in this state. A ballot initiative to make more Idahoans eligible for Medicaid has qualified, the Secretary of State’s Office confirmed.
Vladimir Putin says again, at news conference with President Donald Trump, that Russia did not interfere in the 2016 U.S. election. Idaho Republican Sen. Jim Risch doesn’t believe Putin, adding voice to those defending intelligence.
A group that has long pushed for Idaho lawmakers to pass legislation to protect lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people from employment and housing discrimination has shuttered its “Add the Words” political action committee.
Idaho Lt. Gov. Brad Little says livestock grazing on Western public lands provides a host of benefits to American taxpayers. Western Watersheds Project’s Erik Molvar suggested it’s a primary cause of environmental damage.
An Idaho initiative to legalize historic horse-racing machines - gambling terminals that replay old races - got enough petition signatures and will be up for a vote in November 2018, the Secretary of State’s Office confirmed July 10.
David DeHaas, an Idaho Republican running for State Senate in District 17, was arrested July 3, 2018 after allegedly obstructing police from serving a warrant at his home. His son was arrested for stolen firearms and drug possession.
Idaho's new trespass law: Legislators, landowners, recreationists agree stiffer penalties and clearer language would be a good thing. Many argue law actually muddied the water between property owners, lovers of outdoor recreation.
Idaho Medicaid expansion supporters submit signatures to qualify their measure for the November 2018 ballot. Secretary of state now verifying if that, horse race gambling machines meet requirements for statewide vote.
Anthony Shallat is the campaign manager for Idaho Democratic attorney general hopeful Bruce Bistline. Earlier, he advised fringe Republican gubernatorial contender Harley Brown on how to respond to report that Brown threatened a radio host.
Idaho supporters of "historical horse racing," or "instant racing," close to getting measure to legalize machines on November 2018 ballot. Boxes of signatures dropped at the Secretary of State's Office in Boise June 28, 2018.
Idaho Republicans kicked off the first day of a three-day state party convention June 28, 2018, making it clear they have one eye on November election and another on 2020. More control over Idaho's redistricting commission was a focus.