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GOP Rep. Raul Labrador, fresh off a defeat in his gubernatorial bid this year, does not show well in approval ratings among his 1stCongressional District voters, finds a new Idaho Politics Weekly...
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Paulette Jordan’s contest against Republican Lt. Gov. Brad Little is stumbling badly.
Three decades ago, Democrats running for legislative seats in Coeur d’Alene didn’t have to make this kind of appeal to the party faithful.
Because of the carnival atmosphere of Supreme Court confirmation proceedings in recent years, it has been increasingly difficult to evaluate a nominee’s qualifications for a lifetime job on the court.
In a 1987 radio address to the nation, Pres. Ronald Reagan stated, “Our judges should be faithful to the written Constitution, the bedrock of our liberties.”
Last Thursday, the House Judiciary Committee approved a long-overdue bill to address equal justice in Idaho and in other federal courts. This issue has been a top priority for me since I joined the...
As part of the campaign of United Vision for Idaho and United Action for Idaho, all candidates from both parties were asked to respond to a questionnaire.
Obama & the mid-terms. Will former Pres. Barack Obama boost Democrats so they take control of Congress in 2019? It’s possible.
Idaho GOP Gov. Butch Otter is liked by a majority of Idahoans, a new Idaho Politics Weekly poll shows.
If it looks like a slot machine, pays off like a slot machine and eats money like a slot machine, then it must be...
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Meridian Chamber Luncheon Speaker Series
When: Tuesday, September 18, 12 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Where: West Ada School District, 1303 E Central Dr, Meridian, ID
Presenting Sponsor: Primary Health Medical Group, catering by Lakeview Golf Course. $15 chamber members, $25 non-members. More info.
Southwest Idaho Legislative-Business Summit
When: Wednesday, September 19, 8 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.
Where: Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine, 1401 E Central Dr, Meridian, ID
Attendance is free, more info and register here.
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