Kelcie Moseley-Morris, Idaho Capital Sun

At Idaho GOP convention, lobbyist advocates for state-sponsored Christian education

Family Policy Center president: Purpose of public school is to teach love of God and country.

Idaho superintendent candidate found in contempt of Washington court

The contempt findings can be corrected if Branden Durst remains in strict compliance with a parenting plan.

Democratic candidate Rognstad will not appear on Idaho primary election ballot

Secretary of State’s office says proper candidate procedure was not followed.

Idaho governor signs $600 million income tax cut into law

The rebate will be distributed to Idahoans sometime this spring and the income tax brackets will be lowered starting in July.

Idaho Senate passes $600 million income tax bill without grocery tax repeal amendment

The largest tax cut in state history now heads to the governor’s desk.

Former Rep. Luke Malek drops out of Idaho’s lieutenant governor race

He said he’ll support House Speaker Scott Bedke in the 2022 election. Bedke is being challenged by Rep. Priscilla Giddings.

Lawmaker floats plan that would eliminate school supplemental levies

Sen. Jim Rice’s idea is to phase out the supplemental levy authority and replace it it with a sales tax fund, providing property tax relief.

House ethics committee recommends censure for North Idaho lawmaker

The Capital Sun reports on the news about Rep. Priscilla Giddings, who serves as the co-chair of the education indoctrination task force.

Idaho House member denies allegations of conduct unbecoming of a legislator at ethics hearing

Idaho Rep. Priscilla Giddings denied all allegations, calling them unfounded, politically motivated attacks by “woke cancel culture.”