A Week of Action for Salmon and Steelhead (April 12 to 16). Get involved!
If you thought the Idaho Legislature came back with a more measured and thoughtful approach to policymaking, you’d be wrong.
It’s critical to show widespread support for Rep. Simpson’s proposal and push other elected leaders to engage with his office.
The Idaho Legislature will return on April 6, but there have been developments on public lands, Idaho’s AG, and Rep. Simpson’s road tour.
The Legislature isn’t the only game in town, though, the Governor, the Tax Commission, the Supreme Court, Rep. Mike Simpson, and others were still toiling away.
They’re still introducing new bills though, even as they’re trying to adjourn.
The Idaho Legislature is trying to seize power from everyone it seems.
There’s a good chance legislators could still be in the building into May.
It’s been a terrifying week on State Street as Idaho legislators advance bills that threaten public health, public waters, and public interests.
To succeed on behalf of salmon, energy, and communities, the Congressional effort needs to advance now. The CBC should throw its support behind Simpson’s proposal.
The Legislature has been in session for 6 weeks, but a grand total of only 8 bills have been signed by Governor Brad Little.