We must be willing to invest in mental health services, and once we can discuss issues in any form and in any place without shame, then those who struggle with this illness will have a clear path to recovery.
No veteran should go hungry. But hunger remains a serious concern for veterans in Idaho and across the country. That’s why the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, formerly known as food stamps, is so important.
The need for teaching our next generation of doctors is growing as fast as Idaho, and there’s already a doctor shortage, especially in rural areas. Idaho WWAMI is working to reduce that shortage through training top medical students here.
Not only does Prop 1 expand gambling across Idaho while proponents make dubious claims about how it helps Idaho communities, but it will pull taxpayers right into the middle of a costly legal battle that can and should be avoided.
All children, regardless of their age, should have access to a Guardian ad Litem and an attorney. But due to the shortage of volunteers, some courts prioritize children under age 12, leaving scores of older teens under represented.
Proposition 1 has one goal in mind — rejuvenating a live horse racing industry that employed hundreds in cities and rural communities throughout Idaho and injected tens of millions of dollars annually into our economy.
Brad Little, the current lieutenant governor, says his focus on growing the economy, reducing taxes and lowering health care costs are among the reasons to elect him to be Idaho’s governor in the 2018 election.