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Utah Republicans Move to Thwart Voter-Ordered Medicaid Expansion
The bill substitutes a partial expansion with right-wing conditions they expect the administration to approve, in place of a voter-mandated expansion.
Primary Roundup: Victories for Women and Progressives
Pennsylvania’s all-male congressional delegation will be a thing of the past. And Nebraskans made a surprise choice.
Today’s Primary Preview: 3 Quiet States and Some Pennsylvania Noise
The aftermath of re-redistricting in Pennsylvania’s House delegation is the highlight of four states’ primaries.
White House Tells Idaho to Sabotage Obamacare More Subtly
Idaho wanted to nullify the law’s protections for people with preexisting conditions. Trump wants the state to quietly circumvent them.
HHS Secretary Calls Blatant Violation of Health Care Law a ‘Cry for Help’
In what’s supposed to be a law-and-order administration, HHS’s tolerance for Idaho’s efforts to nullify the Affordable Care Act is astonishing.
Idaho Tries Bold Gambit: Ignoring Obamacare Rules
It’s unclear whether the Trump administration and insurers will go along with this blatant effort to sabotage Obamacare by state executive order.
Boise Is Home to More Than Just a Convention Center
Idaho’s capital is drawing leisure travelers with a booming culinary scene, new and revamped hotels, and a growing wine industry.
Congressman Raul Labrador to Run for Idaho Governor
He will not let his widely mocked comments about health insurance hold him back.
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Stephen Colbert, Aaron Paul Read Idaho News
What a vibrant metropolis.
Previewing the Democrats’ March 22 Primaries: Some Western Relief for Sanders?
Sanders is expected to sweep the caucuses in lily-white Idaho and Utah, while Clinton wins the Arizona primary.
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Sheriff Says That Most Rape Victims Are Liars
Perhaps men like this are the reason why most rapes go unreported.
Rancher Dies in Shoot-out After Police Kill His Raging Bull
Jack Yantis saw Idaho cops putting down his injured animal.
Teen Threatens to ‘Kill All the Girls’ After They Refuse to Send Him Nudes
The 15-year-old was arrested on Wednesday after making the threats.
John Kerry Went to Russia and All He Got Was This T-Shirt (and Some Tomatoes)
According to the Secretary of State’s Twitter feed, they had “frank discussions.”
An Idaho Lawmaker Learns a Valuable Lesson About the Female Reproductive System
No, a woman can’t swallow a small camera so her doctors can conduct a remote gynecological exam.
Judge Strikes Down Idaho’s Same-Sex Marriage Ban
Gay couples may be able to wed on Friday.
Missing San Diego Teenager Rescued in Idaho [Updated]
After her kidnapper was shot and killed by the
Senator Michael Crapo Says He Was Not Doing Vodka Shots Before His DUI Arrest
He was drinking vodka tonics, like a civilized Mormon.
Mormon Sen. Michael Crapo Drinks His Vodka By the Shot
The nominal teetotaler did not shirk from the sauce.
President Obama and Mitt Romney Face Off in Giant Idaho Corn Maze
We just want to have a little bit of fun with it.”
First Fukushima Fish Sold Since Japanese Nuclear Meltdown
Radiation levels were so low in the octopus and snails that they were barely detectable.
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Idaho Hates President Obama
His approval rating is only 27 percent there.
New York’s Secret Purpose: Supplying the Rest of the States With Governors
Why are so many governors of other states born in New York?
7-11 to Sell Its Own Beer; Courage the Dog Gets His Own Cupcake
The country’s third biggest beer retailer creates Game Day brew and the story of a rescued pup inspires a Virginia baker.
New Yorker Running for Idaho Senate — From New York
Ah, nothing like taking advantage of a quirky election loophole.
Documentarian Frederick Wiseman on How the Idaho Legislature Can Help You Understand Barack Obama
Why four hours about the Idaho state legislature is worth watching.