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  

Not Backing Down–Grocery Tax Repeal

On Wednesday Reps. Nate and Zollinger came forward with a plan to challenge Gov. Otter’s veto of the grocery tax repeal bill. There is a strong argument to be made that the grocery tax repeal became law the day BEFORE Otter vetoed the bill. I’m proud to stand with them, and intend to join as a party in any legal action taken against the executive branch … Continue reading Not Backing Down–Grocery Tax Repeal