Expert: Otter Scores Major Victory With Idaho Tax Cut Passage

Mar 2, 2018

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Thursday, the Idaho Senate passed Governor Butch Otter’s massive tax cut bill on a vote of 26-9. It had already passed the House and now just needs Otter's signature to become law. The bill cut taxes for some in Idaho and creates a $130 dollar child tax credit.

Boise State Political Science Professor Gary Moncrief tells Samantha Wright the tax cut vote comes as the legislature continues to go full speed ahead.

Gary and Samantha have a podcast called “Legislative Breakdown.” We pick apart the Idaho Legislature each week to find out how it affects YOU -- and this week we break down redistricting in Idaho. Find “Legislative Breakdown” every Friday in iTunes, in the NPR One app and here.

Find Samantha Wright on Twitter @samwrightradio

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