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Meridian Chamber Economic Excellence Forum
When: Tuesday, March 19, 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Where: West Ada School District
Join us for our semi-annual Meridian Chamber Economic Excellence Forum. This event will focus on Meridian development, and what is to come for our growing city. This luncheon event will feature a panel of local developers discussing issues regarding our local business community and what they see for the future of Meridian and its surrounding areas. This event will also allow for a Q&A portion with audience members and panel during the program. More info.
Magic Valley Republican Women Luncheon
When: Wednesday, March 20, 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Where: Location varies
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- Idaho Lawmakers Get Cranky As The Legislature Stalls Over Citizen Initiative Bill (Boise State Public Radio)
- Trump Budget Includes Cuts To Interior, National Parks (Boise State Public Radio)
- Two gun-related bills pass Idaho House after impassioned debate (Times-News)
- Resolution introduced decrying Christian persecution (Post Register)
- You’ve seen the anti-marijuana billboards in Boise. Are they telling the truth? (Idaho Statesman)
- That GOP bill in the Legislature? It would have killed Medicaid expansion. By a lot. (Idaho Statesman)
- Idaho lawmaker charged with tax evasion in Texas (Spokesman-Review)
- Boise set to vote on goal of the entire city powered by renewable energy by 2040 (Idaho Press)
- Bill to legalize hemp in Idaho clears House Agricultural Affairs (Idaho Press)
- Testimony overwhelmingly against ballot initiative bill, vote planned for next week (Idaho Press)
- Marty Trillhaase: Silly voters need legislators to rescue them (Lewiston Tribune)
- Idaho initiatives draw strong defense (Lewiston Tribune)
- Data center tax exemption likely dead for session (Idaho Business Review)
- Wetland mitigation bill advances in Idaho legislature (Capital Press)
- School 'turnaround' legislation would reward failing schools (Idaho Freedom Foundation)
- An email, a Senator and a bathroom (Idaho Reports)
- Sex ed bill draws heated debate, but its potential impact remains vague (Idaho Education News)
- Reuters withheld damaging info about Beto O'Rourke until after Senate race (Daily Caller)
- Washington State Joins New Jersey In Trying To Keep Trump Off Its 2020 Ballot (Townhall)
- Churches are opening their doors to businesses in order to survive (CBS News)
- Here’s what robots destroy when they compete with humans (MarketWatch)
- Left or center? Democrats mull best options to beat Trump (Associated Press)
- Voters give Kamala Harris a break on problematic comments, press her on policy (Washington Post)
- Is Beto O’Rourke just another pretty face? (Los Angeles Times)
- Joe Biden (almost) announces he is running for president (Yahoo News)
- Newark's mayor exploring universal basic income program (FOX 5 NY)
- Should media avoid naming the gunmen in mass shootings? (Associated Press)
- NYU students confront Chelsea Clinton, say she ‘stoked’ hatred behind New Zealand shootings (New York Post)