A bill to let law enforcement officers arrest people without a warrant for making threats against a school is headed to Gov. Brad Little's desk.
A bill that aims to make dental care more easily available on Native American reservations passed the Idaho House overwhelmingly Tuesday.
A bill to relax licensing requirements for administrators of public charter schools is headed to the governor's desk.
A bill was introduced Wednesday to help pay private school tuition for some Idaho students.
A change in tax procedure inspired by last year's spike in agricultural assessments in Bonneville County is headed to the Senate floor.
A bill to give first responders workers' compensation coverage for job-related psychological injuries is now law.
The Idaho House has passed a resolution recognizing hydropower as "the state's greatest renewable resource" and as "a carbon-free, inexpensive electrical power source and as an economic driver for tourism, recreation and agriculture in Idaho."
A bill to ban cities and counties from enacting local ordinances banning use of a handheld cellphone while driving is scheduled for a hearing Thursday.
A bill to give workers more time to file claims in court or with the Department of Labor for unpaid wages passed the Idaho House unanimously Tuesday.
A bill introduced Tuesday would make it a little easier for Idahoans between the ages of 18 and 21 to bring their guns to town.
The Idaho Senate voted 33-1 Monday to pass a resolution urging Congress to ratify a new trade treaty between the U.S., Mexico and Canada.
U.S. Rep. Russ Fulcher spoke to the Idaho House and Senate on Friday, sharing some of his thoughts about his first seven weeks in Congress and criticizing Robert Mueller’s investigation into President Trump.
Some interesting hearings are scheduled for Thursday at the Legislature, including an introductory hearing on a bill to repeal the Medicaid expansion initiative voters passed in November and a full hearing on a bill to raise the age of marriage in Idaho.
A local lawmaker is proposing a measure to call on Congress to review the environmental assessment process for transportation projects to allow for more public input.
A bill introduced Wednesday would increase the Legislature's involvement in the process of approving new regulations.
A local lawmaker's proposal to ban cities and counties from passing their own bans on using a cellphone while driving is scheduled to be introduced Wednesday.
House Speaker Scott Bedke, R-Oakley, and Senate President Pro Tempore Brent Hill, R-Rexburg, will hold a telephone town hall with AARP Idaho on Monday.