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A new Idaho Politics Weekly poll finds that 47 percent of Idahoans believe Pres. Donald Trump’s tariffs will harm the state’s economy, yet 58 percent still agree with his trade policies.
Political issues frequently pop up that allow members of Congress and other politicians to express outrage (to let constituents know they’re alive and actually doing something).
Say what you want about President Trump – and there are plenty of strong opinions on both sides – but this much is clear. He’s the president that the Democratic Party so richly deserves.
Proponents of expanding Medicaid have been on a roll.
An important part of furthering progress in combatting opioid abuse is ensuring resources are in place for every piece of the response to this pervasive problem.
I am once again honored to celebrate the amazing work of young Idahoans who take it upon themselves to meet the rigorous standards of the Congressional Award, a public-private partnership...
The Trump administration wants to substantially reduce the fuel economy standards for new cars.
The relationship between Pres. Trump and the traditional news media is noxious and getting worse. I’ve never seen such literal hatred between a major politician and the press. As a former...
The historical, sometimes grudging respect that two centuries of American presidents have paid to the essential constitutional role of the press, has been abandoned by Pres. Donald Trump, who has...
For once, Idahoans are not buying what GOP Pres. Donald Trump is selling – most don’t believe that North Korea will end its nuclear weapons program, a new Idaho Politics Weekly poll shows.
See our full political calendar.
D14 Dems Informal "Coffee Talk"
When: Tuesday, August 14, 8 a.m. to 10 a.m.
Where: Wild West Bakery and Espresso, 83 E State St, Eagle, ID
A social, informal, come-and-go-as-you-please meeting.
Magic Valley Republican Women Luncheon
When: Wednesday, August 15, 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Where: Location varies
South East Idaho Republican Women
When: Wednesday, August 15, 12 p.m. to 1 p.m.
Where: Omni Building, Conference Room 200, Pocatello Idaho
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