Rep. Chaney was the House sponsor of H554, a bill that restored the laws of accountability and responsibility for automobile accidents to its traditional status. In 2014, the legislature adopted a new law that allowed insurance companies in certain circumstances to refuse to pay for the damage and injuries caused to an accident victim–even if the victim did nothing to cause the crash herself. In … Continue reading Law Changes Back in Favor of the Little Guy
The last two bills worked on and sponsored by Rep. Greg Chaney will be heard in the Senate Judiciary & Rules Committee Monday, March 19, 2018. In addition to co-sponsoring other bills on issues such as taxation, occupational licensing, and criminal justice reform, Rep. Chaney took the lead on four pieces of legislation during the 2018 legislative session: Legislation Number Title/Description Current Status HCR36 Designates … Continue reading Chaney’s Final Bills Scheduled for Hearing
UPDATE: The Senate this week approved the resolution unanimously on Monday. Thanks to Sen. Mary Souza (R-Coeur d’Alene) for carrying the bill on the floor. (Boise) — On Friday, February 16, 2018 Rep. Greg Chaney (R-Caldwell) presented a resolution before the House Health & Welfare Committee to designate May 17th as Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma (DIPG) Awareness Day in Idaho. Idaho would be … Continue reading DIPG Awareness Day Approved
Rep. Chaney says that President Obama’s recent agression toward Russia is a “political tantrum, being thrown over the outcome of the election by a lame duck president on his way out the door.” Continue reading VIDEO: Rep. Chaney on Obama v. Putin (1.2.2017)
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“We need to draw a distinction between youthful indiscretion and evil intent…we’re making felons out of the very people this law was written to protect.” -Rep. Greg Chaney Continue reading Greg Chaney on Common Sense
Fact: Chaney has been a stalwart defender of personal freedoms in the Idaho Legislature. “Freedom isn’t a grant from the government that can be rescinded, it is a gift from God that must be defended.” -Rep. Greg Chaney Continue reading Greg Chaney on Freedom
The 2017 legislative session begins January 9th. Check back for updates as the session progresses. For now, check out the links below for legislation Greg worked on during the 2015 and 2016 sessions. Continue reading Stay tuned…