The race for a Rexburg House seat is one in a batch of legislative matchups pitting hardliners against mainstream Republicans ahead of the May 17 Republican primary.
Here’s another chance to hear from the trio ahead of the fast-approaching May 17 GOP primary.
Monday’s debate will offer them formal chances to spar, with one-minute rebuttals built into the first of the two hour-long faceoffs.
While the state’s default is to divide up K-12 funding based on average daily attendance, the State Board of Education — comprised mostly of Little appointees — has voted to temporarily switch the state over to enrollment-based funding in each of the last two school years to delink school funding from volatile pandemic-era attendance numbers.
The bill would change how early literacy funds are distributed to schools, and add new transparency requirements to supplemental levy elections.