Idaho, Federal Government, Idaho Statesman discussed on The Mark Levin Show


Dot com kboi news starts now this is thailand martin on six seventy kboi advocates for medicaid expansion are waiting to hear whether they can start collecting signatures to put an initiative on the two thousand eighteen ballot they say the measure especially would be important for idaho's rural communities luke me phil is cofounder of reclaim idaho the group leaving the effort to expand medicaid he tells the public news service if the state does choose to expand up to ninety percent of the cost will be covered by the federal government we are actually already pain or wrote hours worked happening right now arte fair dollars we're going to better your program and other third were workrider do a roaring back rubber our eur twenty billion dollars or your back into idaho initiatives supporters need to get at least forty eight thousand signatures an 18 different districts to put the measure on the ballot the idaho supreme court made a ruling that has some idaho lawmakers concerned heading into the two thousand eighteen session in january idaho's legislative council met friday to discuss the legislature being required to wait for all bills to be transmitted to the governor's desk before officially adjourning the session according to the idaho statesman the idaho supreme court ruled earlier this year that it was illegal for the a whole legislature to adjourn before the governor received the bills passed throughout the session instead the idaho legislature must present all bills to the governor before lawmakers gonna go home for the year several council members objected to holding off adopting the new procedure pointing out the importance of the legislature having firm guidelines of the council didn't make any russian friday but agreed they hope to adjourn by march 27th ron o'brien six seventy kboi temperatures are going to reach a low of thirty two degrees overnight in it's going to reach a high of fifty seven degrees tomorrow with sunny.

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