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Sage Grouse Recommendations In Governor’s Hands

BOISE, Idaho (AP) - A 16-member task force appointed by Gov. C.L. "Butch" Otter to figure out a way to   dissuade the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service from listing sage grouse as an endangered species has submitted its recommendations to the governor

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Buhl Woman to Serve on Fish and Game Commission

(KLIX)-There are two knew appointments to the Idaho Fish and Game Commission. Governor Otter Announced the appointments of commissioners of Regions 4 and 7. Region 4 is the Magic Valley and Joan Hurlock of Buhl, wi

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Gov. Otter Adds to Education Campaign

BOISE, Idaho (AP) - A retiring state lawmaker has joined Gov. C.L. "Butch" Otter's campaign to retain new education laws that limit collective bargaining while phasing laptops into the classroom and making online learning a requirement. State Rep. Mack Shirley of Rexburg has been named treasurer of the governor's political action committee, YES! For Id

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Gov. Otter Signs Public School Funding Bill

(AP) - Idaho Gov. "Butch" Otter has signed a 2013 funding plan for public schools that includes funds for the state's new education reforms, including merit pay bonuses and laptops. The budget includes $1.27 billion in state general funding, a $56 million bump over the current fiscal year. That's a 4.6 percent boost in state support, but the overall increase is much smaller at 0.4 percent when including federal funding.

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Texting Bill Awaits Governor’s Signature

A bill that will make texting while driving illegal in Idaho is now awaiting Gov. Butch Otter's signature.  Lawmakers admit that enforcing an anti-texting law will be difficult, but say that enforcement isn't the main purpose of the legislation.  Driver safety is foremost and this will save lives.

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Gov. Otter Seeks Help To Lower Business Taxes

Governor “Butch” Otter was in Twin Falls yesterday speaking to a group at the Twin Falls Chamber of Commerce.  Otter was asking area business owners for help in getting some tax relief for business from the Idaho Legislature. 

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Gov. Otter Signs Bill To Boost Business

(AP)  Gov. C.L. "Butch" Otter has signed legislation creating a $5 million plan intended to bolster
university research and businesses that  can help grow Idaho's economy. Otter's signature this week caps one of his chief priorities heading into the 2012 Legislature

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State Honors Japanese Americans

Monday was a Day of Remembrance for those interned and those Japanese-Americans who fought in WWII, even while some of their families were interned. Men, women, and children, mostly U.S. citizens not guilty of any crime, were held in internment camps for more than three years.

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Otter to Oregon Gov: Have Some More Wolves

Idaho Gov. C.L. "Butch" Otter has offered to send Oregon Gov. John Kitzhaber 150 wolves, saying his own state has a few of the predators to spare.  Monday's offer came in a tongue-in-cheek letter where Otter sarcastically apologized to Kitzhaber after an Idaho hunter killed a w

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Idaho Schools In Line For More Money In 2013

State spending on public schools is in line for a $30 million increase under Gov. Otter's proposed budget for next year. Public schools chief Tom Luna wanted at least $60 million of a projected state surplus to go toward public education in the fiscal year that starts July 1.

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