Gov. C.L. "Butch" Otter on Wednesday said he's focused on celebrating the successes of his final legislative session during three terms in office rather than complaining about what lawmakers didn't achieve over the past three months.
Gov. C.L. "Butch" Otter on Wednesday allowed some of this year's most contentious measures to become law without his signature, allowing lawmakers to officially close out their work for the session without debating whether to override a pending veto.
Idaho lawmakers are showing little love for their furriest constituents in the final days of the legislative session. A proposal that would have created a "pet friendly" specialty license plate died on the House floor Monday after a series of narrow votes.
A bill backed by Idaho's top schools chief to develop a new rural schools network has once again failed to clear the Legislature. For the third year in a row, state lawmakers on Wednesday blocked a proposal to form a three-year pilot project in which rural schools would collaborate and share re…