Idaho's Legislature Has Adjourned. Here's What Got Done (And Went Unfinished) In 2020
In the midst of the coronavirus outbreak in Idaho, the state legislature adjourned last week after a turbulent session.
Boise State Public Radio news reporter James Dawson was there from the beginning of the session in January to when the last bill was voted on last week. He joins Idaho Matters to explain what got accomplished and what was left undone.
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