Thu
19
Apr
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Crapo commits to laying ground work for the Farm Bill

A quote from our nation’s first president, George Washington, about the central role of agricultural production is inscribed on the exterior of the U.S.

Thu
05
Apr
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2018 was a good session for Idaho education

Clark

The 2018 Idaho legislative session is over, and from my perspective as a member of the State Board of Education, it was a good, productive session for public education in Idaho — from kindergarten

Thu
05
Apr
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It’s time to disarm the gun debate

Koehler

The “gun debate” is the national schism that seemingly cannot be bridged.

Thu
22
Mar
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Why the current census of agriculture matters

There’s still time.

Thu
22
Mar
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Juniper project won’t benefit nesting sage grouse

Weurthner

The Idaho BLM is proposing to remove juniper from over 600,000 acres of land in the Owyhee River area of southern Idaho ostensibly to benefit nesting sage grouse.

Thu
01
Mar
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Oil and gas industry could benefit from water injection

Having the U.S.

Thu
01
Mar
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Idaho needs quick action on special education issues

Cavener

As a parting gift before the new year, the Idaho Board of Education released a painfully grim picture of teacher recruitment and retention in its ironically named “Teacher Pipeline Report.”

Thu
22
Feb
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Rural Idaho teachers need help

Toone

Jordan Chesler is a rural middle school counselor in New Plymouth, Idaho.

Thu
22
Feb
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Idaho needs affordable housing plan

Erpelding

In 1992, the Idaho House of Representatives passed House Bill 756, creating the Idaho Housing Trust Fund.

Thu
08
Feb
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Lawmaker’s move concerning legal notices isn’t well informed

Amid the gob of bills grinding through assorted legislative committees in the 2018 Idaho legislative session, there’s one repeat bill headed for a full hearing.

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