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Meridian Chamber 2019 Legislative Recap Breakfast
When: Tuesday, May 21, 8 a.m. to 10 a.m.
Where: West Ada School District, 1303 E Central Dr, Meridian, ID
Come join us for breakfast as we hear from our Idaho State Legislators as they recap the 2019 legislative session and give some insight into the 2020 legislative session. More info.
Idaho Global Entrepreneurial Mission (IGEM) Investment Subcommittee Meeting
When: Tuesday, May 21, 2 pm. to 3 p.m.
Where: J.R. Williams Building, Clearwater Conference Room, 700 West State Street, Boise
The IGEM Investment Subcommittee, comprised of both IGEM Council and non-council members, provides strategic direction and recommendations to the IGEM Council. During this meeting, the IGEM Investment Subcommittee will review four applications and provide recommendations to the IGEM Council. More info.
Boise Chamber Small Business of the Year & Chamber Excellence Awards Luncheon
When: Wednesday, May 22, 12 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Where: Boise Centre, 850 W Front St, Boise, ID
Each year, more than 600 members and business leaders come together to celebrate our members' excellence at the awards luncheon. This year will continue the long-standing tradition as three finalists in each category will receive recognition. Categories include: travel, healthcare, financial services, food and agriculture, and nonprofit, as well as Small Business of the Year. Join us as we celebrate member excellence. More info.
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- Lewiston Man Sues Idaho Secretary Of State Over Ballot Initiative Laws (Boise State Public Radio)
- Idaho To Require Medical Approval Before Trans Minors Change Their Birth Certificate (Boise State Public Radio)
- Magic Valley represented in state education task force (Times-News)
- Local lawmakers, teachers, business figures on new education task force (Post Register)
- Tired of political incivility? So are Butch Otter & Walt Minnick, and they hope you can help (Idaho Statesman)
- Idaho Republican and Democrat are on the same side: Civility (Idaho Statesman)
- Little names K-12 task force, wants new 5-year plan by fall (Idaho Press)
- All state agencies going through rules review 'on steroids' (Idaho Press)
- Marty Trillhaase: Tax relief for the wealthy, beans for everyone else (Lewiston Tribune)
- Local governments learn about cybersecurity protection (Idaho Business Review)
- Task forces have not fixed education and it’s obvious why (Idaho Freedom Foundation)
- Birth certificate gender change fight not yet over (Idaho Reports)
- The Commission of Pardons and Parole needs clemency (Idaho Reports)
- IDHW recommends eliminating 12 of 83 rule chapters (Idaho Reports)
- State Board puts dated rules on the chopping block (Idaho Education News)
- DNA tests reveal 30% of suspected fraudulent migrant families were unrelated (Washington Examiner)
- How the FBI Broke the Rules Using Christopher Steele (American Greatness)
- Texas asserts sovereign immunity against Congress (Washington Times)
- To Fight 'Extremism,' Journalists Are Praising Online Censorship (Reason)
- Pollsters Blindsided Again: Australian Labor Party's Surprise Defeat Echoes Hillary, Brexit (PJ Media)
- The Peculiar Blindness of Experts (Atlantic)
- 60% of male managers are 'uncomfortable' working around women (Fast Company)
- Do Obama, Trump signal shift in future of presidency? (Washington Post)
- Sanders defends '80s support for left-wing regimes: ‘I did my best to stop American foreign policy’ (FOX News)
- Bernie's mystery Soviet tapes revealed (Politico)
- Biden rejects Democrats’ anger in call for national unity (Associated Press)