9.30.22: This week’s podcasts

You know the numbers by now: On Sept. 1, the Legislature approved $650 million in tax cuts, earmarked $330 million a year in new money for K-12, and $80 million for a new fund to prepare Idahoans for in-demand careers.

So, how will Idaho spend all that new education money? And where?
Kevin Richert digs into these questions with Rep. Wendy Horman. A member of the Legislature’s Joint Finance-Appropriations Committee, Horman plays a key role in writing Idaho education budgets.

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