The Idaho Legislature closed up shop and went home Wednesday. The session went five days longer than leadership had anticipated. The session was notable for a few bills, including transportation funding and tax cuts, which were sticking points at the end of the session. Lawmakers also didn’t find a solution for the 78,000 Idahoans who fall in the Medicaid gap and don’t have health insurance. Personality conflicts were a recurring theme this session, especially in the Idaho House. GOP...
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