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BOISE — The Idaho Senate on Tuesday killed a House-amended bill that tried, for a second time, to eliminate the August election, despite concerns from school districts across the state that the change would hamper their budget and levy process.

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BOISE — New education legislation was introduced in the Idaho House on Monday to try to allay fears about “critical race theory” being taught in Idaho schools and colleges, fears that earlier caused the House to kill both the public school budget for teachers and the higher education budget. But it immediately aroused new concerns about banning books on Idaho campuses.

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BOISE — The Idaho Senate voted Monday to concur with House amendments to a city election bill that would move all non-partisan city elections from odd-numbered years to even-numbered years.

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Gov. Brad Little on Friday quietly signed HB 126, the industrial hemp legalization bill, into law, ending Idaho's distinction as the last state to legalize the non-intoxicating crop for cultivation by Idaho farmers, along with transportation and processing of the plant.

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Gov. Brad Little on Friday quietly signed HB 126, the industrial hemp legalization bill, into law, ending Idaho's distinction as the last state to legalize the non-intoxicating crop for cultivation by Idaho farmers, along with transportation and processing of the plant.