Bills were flying fast and furious in and out of the Idaho House and Senate this week, as lawmakers try to meet next Friday’s deadline to wrap up the session and go home.
As week ten of the legislature comes to a close, lawmakers still haven’t solved the Medicaid Gap in Idaho. Those are the people who can’t afford health care but make too much to qualify for Medicaid. Transportation funding and a tax cut are also still in the mix.
Boise State University political science professor Gary Moncrief says there are still around 100 bills to be considered in the House and Senate.
In this edition of our 2017 Weekly Legislative Update, Moncrief says lawmakers are almost done setting the state budget.
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