UPDATE: On Tuesday, March 27, 2018 Gov. Otter signed into law H599. The bill’s changes will become effective on July 1, 2018. Key provisions of the bill: Driving on an expired license, which is currently a misdemeanor, would be an infraction on the first and second offense. Driving on a license that had been suspended due to non-payment of fines or status offenses like minor … Continue reading UPDATED: Gov. Otter Signs Bill Aimed at Lightening Pressure on Criminal Justice System
Following the second day before the committee, Senate State Affairs passed H638, the Abortion Complications Reporting Act to the floor today on a vote of 7-2. The bill is sponsored by Rep. Greg Chaney and Sen. Fred Martin and brought forward by Idaho Chooses Life. If passed and signed into law the bill would set up a reporting system for doctors to report health complications arising … Continue reading Abortion Complications Reporting Act
“Idaho’s record low unemployment is a sign that our business people and entrepreneurs are some of the best in the nation, and the state’s policies encourage a vibrant economic environment.” -Rep. Greg Chaney To read more, click here: http://www.spokesman.com/stories/2017/oct/20/idahos-september-unemployment-rate-drops-to-28-per/ Continue reading Unemployment at Record Low
While at the statehouse this month, Rep. Chaney and Attorney General Wasden ran into a group touring the statehouse. Continue reading 2C visitors at the capitol
In this update: Mandatory Minimum Drug Sentences (00:16) Article V Convention (01:27) Sanctuary City Update (04:07) Continue reading VIDEO: Legislative Update 2-20-17
In this update: Avoiding the Black Hole: Updates on I-84 (at 00:09) Battling the Bureaucracy: Administrative Rules Review (at 02:00) What’s REALLY happening inside the Statehouse (at 03:24) Final Word: Business as usual comes to an end (at 07:05) Continue reading Video Newsletter – The First Two Weeks – January 23, 2017
Wishing you all a safe, joy-filled, and prosperous 2017 Continue reading Happy New Year!