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Op-Ed: Uniformity transparency committee update
November 3, 2021 1 a.m.

Op-Ed: Uniformity transparency committee update

In our local elections our voters decide who serves as our local leaders…mayors, city council members, school board members, fire district commissioners, etc.

Op-Ed: Shifting new growth burden from existing taxpayers
March 31, 2021 1 a.m.

Op-Ed: Shifting new growth burden from existing taxpayers

Local property tax relief has been a hot topic in this year’s legislative session. With SB 1108’s defeat last week, its’s about to get hotter. After meeting

Initiative bill clears House committee, gets ready for full vote
March 9, 2021 1 a.m.

Initiative bill clears House committee, gets ready for full vote

Senate Bill 1110 cleared the State Affairs Committee Monday with a 12-2 vote to send to the House floor with a "Do Pass" recommendation.

Uniform and transparent reporting: is it an unfunded mandate?
February 16, 2021 1:07 a.m.

Uniform and transparent reporting: is it an unfunded mandate?

Coeur d'Alene Rep. Jim Addis's bill passes House

Uniform and transparent reporting: is it an unfunded mandate?
February 16, 2021 1:07 a.m.

Uniform and transparent reporting: is it an unfunded mandate?

Coeur d'Alene Rep. Jim Addis's bill passes House

Holiday goodwill before political storm
December 22, 2020 1:07 a.m.

Holiday goodwill before political storm

Local legislators discuss nativity scene on Capitol steps, potential changes ahead

Lawmakers seek end of mask order
October 1, 2020 1:09 a.m.

Lawmakers seek end of mask order

Letters said it is "better to educate," asks PHD to change mandate to recommendation

The letter to the Panhandle Health District's board cites a lack of representation as one of the reasons to repeal the mandate that is now going on its third month.

Sheriff race contributions  running neck-and-neck
May 19, 2020 1:13 a.m.

Sheriff race contributions running neck-and-neck

Money doesn’t always decide elections, be it in May primaries or in the November general election. But the contributions coming into today’s all-absentee primary election show one-sided trends for federal offices and a neck-and-neck battle in a few local races.