As the Idaho Legislature wraps up its second week, lawmakers have introduced around 30 bills so far.
Boise State University Political Science Professor Gary Moncrief says that’s a little below normal, but we’ll see a lot more bills next week.
Right now, lawmakers are looking at a change to the Primary Election system in Idaho. They also want to make sure liquor licenses get used for selling booze instead of as investments. And Democrats had a suggestion for getting more teachers into rural schools.
During this edition of our 2017 Weekly Legislative Update, Moncrief says those were just a few of the bills that caught his eye.
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