After A COVID Outbreak, Lawmakers Return To Idaho Capitol
The Idaho Legislature reconvenes Tuesday after several members of the lawmaking body tested positive for COVID-19 in march. The two-week recess means lawmakers are two weeks behind schedule to do the people’s business and then head back to the home districts until next January.
So what is left on their to-do list, and what is likely to get done? Idaho Matters speaks with Boise State Public Radio reporter James Dawson to learn more.