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Last week, I had a chance to talk with Scott Leadingham of Northwest Public Broadcasting in Pullman, Wash., about the effects of coronavirus in Idaho schools. Catch the video here.
Among the items on the governor’s desk: a bill that would ban transgender girls and women from playing in girls’ and women’s sports. He must act by Tuesday evening.
The $2 trillion bill carves out a $30.75 billion fund for K-12 and higher education. It’s not immediately clear how much money would go to Idaho.
House Bill 325 would have shifted $18 million of sales tax money into transportation projects — and out of the general fund that pays for education and other programs.
Here’s why the state and local case numbers vary — and, sometimes, vary widely.
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“The very nature of the ballot initiative process requires one-on-one contact with thousands of voters, which is contrary to the advice and guidance being given by scientists and health officials all over the country,” the group said Wednesday.
House Bill 500 “will have a difficult time withstanding a court challenge,” said the five former attorneys general, with a combined 28 years of experience in the office.
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