There was some unusual unity among Idaho’s Democrats and Republicans this year.

Responses from the two parties, the two houses and even individual members of the two caucuses differ.

There's also unity among State Representatives and State Senators.  Both houses of the legislature overwhelmingly favored repeal of the state’s grocery tax.  Governor “Butch” Otter disagreed.  Last week, he affixed a veto.

Responses from the two parties, the two houses and even individual members of the two caucuses differ.  Republican Representative Bryan Zollinger believes the Governor’s resounding “No!” came well after the legal deadline for the veto.  The Leader of Senate Democrats is Michelle Stennett.  She favors regrouping and addressing the bill again early next year.  You can hear both of them below: