Federal loan data suggest one in three Idahoans could have federal student debt wiped out.
“Either the Republican Party is the party of law and order or we’re not,” state party chairman says.
INSIDE: The governor’s statement in full, plus the impact of this decision.
The health care rationing protocol is meant to help health care providers make decisions on how to use scarce resources.
Dr. Kathryn Turner, deputy state epidemiologist, said Tuesday that per-capita case rates have increased significantly in children.
Dustin Hurst lobbied on Idaho’s higher education budget without first registering as a lobbyist, the Idaho Capital Sun reported Thursday.
The lieutenant governor questioned the Sun’s motives on Facebook for seeking a copy of public comments that will be used to inform a task force on public education.
The findings suggest that schools don’t have complete information to make their plans for the fall, said Dr. David Pate, a pandemic adviser to Gov. Brad Little and to some Idaho schools.
The anti-government activist from Emmett appears to have appointed himself as treasurer.