Category Archives: Audio

RS adding new requirements for elevator electricians voted down

Posted in Audio | Leave a comment

Sen. McKenzie on gun legislation: “I anticipate that we will have a lively discussion in committee”

Posted in Audio, Curt McKenzie | 1 Comment

Midwifery fees increased from $550 per year to $800

This is a shortened version of a committee hearing that took place on January 22, 2014 in the Senate Health and Welfare committee. To listen to the full committee hearing click this link.

Posted in Audio | 1 Comment

Ross Edmunds, Dept. of Health and Welfare: “Say a private non-profit decides to raise funds to develop a crisis center in the State of Idaho. We would like to have the infrastructure of rule there to guide that.”

This is a shortened version of a committee hearing that took place on January 20, 2014 in the Senate Health and Welfare committee. To listen to the full committee hearing click this link. To read the proposed rule discussed in … Continue reading

Posted in Audio | Leave a comment

Sen. Roy Lacey, D-Pocatello, on a sign taxation proposal from State Tax Commission: “I am worried about they’re designating labor on this that it opens the door down the line to put labor on other taxable things.”

Posted in Audio | Leave a comment

Lori Wolff, Dept. of Health and Welfare, says new MAGI rules do not expand Medicaid

This is a shortened version of a committee hearing that took place on January 14, 2014 in the House Health and Welfare committee. To listen to the full committee hearing click this link.

Posted in Audio | Leave a comment

House Business Committee members discuss an unusual rule pertaining to cutting family members’ hair.

The audio contained in this post is a shortened version of the full committee meeting. To hear the full committee hearing please go to this URL. Crane’s substitute motion passed 10 to 6 on a roll call vote. Collins: no … Continue reading

Posted in Audio, House | Leave a comment

Gov. Otter discusses the Workforce Development Fund and ‘encouraging’ the private sector to create jobs.

Posted in Audio | Leave a comment

Gov. Otter on exchange: “We still do not have our own system up and running because we were late to the party.”

Posted in Audio | 1 Comment

Dustin Hurst outlines PERSI’s deficit nearing $13 billion according to State Budget Solutions.

Posted in Audio | Leave a comment