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Bill Limiting Abortion Window Heads To Senate

An Idaho Senate panel voted 7-2 in favor of a ban on abortions after a fetus has reached 20 weeks following fertilization. (The party-line vote of the Senate State Affairs Committee came Wednesday morning after 2 1/2 hours of testimony. The measur

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Top Story Podcast 3/14/11: Time To Rethink Nuclear Power? Randy Stapilus’ Legislative Updage

Top Story Podcast 3/14/11: First hour: Should we rethink the use of nuclear power in light of the Japanese disaster? Randy Stapilus with Idaho Legislative update. Second hour: The libs want us scared of nuclear power...it's gonna kill us all!

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Two State Agencies Set To See Budget Increases

The Idaho Transportation Department will get about $562 million for fiscal year 2012, according to a budget passed by the Joint Finance-Appropriations Committee. That's up 16.3 percent -- or $78.8 million -- from the budget lawmakers set last year. Idaho's transportation budget include

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Top Story Podcast 3/7/11: Throwing Money At Unions

Top Story Podcast 3/7/11: First hour - Get rid of the wealth! That will fix all our problems. Just ask Michael Moore. Also, Randy Stapilus with the Idaho Legislative Update. Second hour: Throwing money

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Education Reform Battle Continues

The battle over education reform in Idaho will continue this week. The House of Representatives is set to possibly send two of the three bills attached to Superintendent Tom Luna's plan to the governor's desk.

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Education Debate Continues

It will be another emotional week for Idaho lawmakers. The debate over education reform in Idaho has taken over this year's legislative session, and it's not over yet.

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School Bus Ad Bill Advances

A bill to allow corporate logos and other business advertisements to adorn black-and-yellow school buses that carry Idaho children to classes has moved to the Senate floor. The Senate Education Committee on Tuesday advanced the bill that was introduced earlier this month by Republican A

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Idaho Lawmakers Approve Anti-Union Bills

Idaho lawmakers have pushed through two bills aimed at undermining union influence in Idaho, sending the measures to Governor "Butch" Otter for signing into law.  The first bill prohibits "project labor agreements" requiring contractors to forge pacts with unions as a condition

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Top Story Podcast 2/14/11: Arts Commission Wants More Money

The Idaho Commission for the Arts wants $1.77 million dollars for their 2012 budget.  What?  You and I are paying for finger paints and tootoo's?  Read more here.

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