UPDATED: Gov. Otter Signs Bill Aimed at Lightening Pressure on Criminal Justice System  

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  

Chaney Attends Transportation Roundtable

  On Thursday, Rep. Greg Chaney and other members of the Idaho legislature met with representatives from the Idaho Transportation Department.  The conversation centered around transportation funding and maintenance priorities around the state. “Our infrastructure is vital to a strong economy,” Chaney said, “we have to be able to get products to market and professionals to their jobs.” Continue reading Chaney Attends Transportation Roundtable

Greg Chaney Wins Big (Idaho Press-Tribune)

“I enjoy making a positive impact on policies that affect real people. Every issue, no matter how benign or contentious, is about people — people with very real hopes, dreams, challenges, and opportunities.” By IDAHO PRESS- TRIBUNE STAFF newsroom@idahopress.com CALDWELL — District 10 Representative B Republican incumbent Rep. Greg Chaney took the over Democratic challenger Warren Stevens with 67.49 percent of the vote. Chaney is … Continue reading Greg Chaney Wins Big (Idaho Press-Tribune)