Idaho senators gave a thumbs up to a bill Monday that would make it significantly harder to get an initiative on the ballot.
Many renters in Idaho are facing a challenging financial future, after a devastating year . While businesses shed jobs and cut hours as the government struggled to get safety net systems in place, these folks faced tough questions. Questions like “what’s more important to spend my limited money on: my rent, my utility bill or groceries?”
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