Senate GOP Caucus Chairman Russ Fulcher made the announcement Saturday and says one of his main priorities is to reverse implementing the Affordable Care Act in Idaho and replace it with what he calls a patient-powered alternative.
BOISE, Idaho (KBOI) - Less than 400 people actually purchased a plan in the first month the Idaho exchange was open. Despite the bad start, some people are still hopeful the Affordable Care Act will deliver as promised.
City council members say plans call for 200 or even 400 historical horse race gambling machines to be installed but they have concerns about who'd pay for additional police and fire services along with traffic upgrades.
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Under a new proposal if you want to run as a republican in Idaho you will have to get party approval first.
Lori and Teresa Burke-Ellet have been together for over 10 years. They already have a civil-union and a church wedding but now they are looking forward to the day that the law recognizes their marriage.
With 21 states having adopted bans or severe restrictions on insurance companies from paying for abortions, Washington is alone in seriously considering legislation mandating the opposite.
An exhausted Senate gave pre-dawn approval Saturday to a Democratic $3.7 trillion budget for next year that embraces nearly $1 trillion in tax increases over the coming decade but shelters domestic programs targeted for cuts by House Republicans.
Thousands of civilian drones are expected in U.S. skies within a few years and concerns they could be used to spy on Americans are fueling legislative efforts in several states to regulate the unmanned aircraft.
Few presidents in modern times have been as interested in gun control as Richard Nixon, of all people. He contemplated banning handguns altogether and refused to pander to gun owners by feigning interest in their weapons.
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Voters didn't always get the straight goods when President Barack Obama and Republican Mitt Romney made their case for foreign policy and national security leadership Monday night before their last super-sized audience of the campaign. A few of their detours into domestic issues were problematic too.