Episode 240: The 2021 Legislative session kicks off

Editor’s Note: We added a footnote to the very end of this week’s episode to reflect that the state of Idaho revised its COVID-19 vaccine data Jan. 15, the day this episode was recorded. The state’s latest data shows 41,424 Idahoans have receive at least one dose of the vaccine, which is revised downward from the total of 46,703 that the state published earlier the same day.

Welcome to episode 240 of the Extra Credit podcast.

The Idaho Legislature kicked off its 2021 legislative session in Boise this week, gathering for an in-person session as the coronavirus continues to spread.

We’ll break down the highlights from Gov. Brad Little’s State of the State address and education budget proposals.

Plus we’ll add go through the latest vaccine timelines for school staff.

We’ll be back next week with another all new episode of Extra Credit.

Clark Corbin

About Clark Corbin

Reporter Clark Corbin has covered Idaho government and education for more than a decade. He’s followed every legislative session, gavel-to-gavel, since 2011. Clark is a co-host of the Extra Credit podcast with Kevin Richert published on Fridays. You can follow him on Twitter: @clarkcorbin. He can be reached by email at [email protected]

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