"Most states' abortion laws traditionally criminalized the behavior of third parties to protect the health of pregnant women—they did not punish women for obtaining an abortion. By punishing women, Idaho's abortion statute is therefore unusual."
"Less crime means fewer crime victims, fewer people in emergency rooms, less time lost at work, and better quality of life for many. It's the absence of crime and disorder that shows we're making a difference, as a police department and as a community."
"I work with many immigrants families and have done so for many years now, and so I am very personally acquianted with the suffering that families go through when their loved ones are without proper status."
"The Veterans Cemetery is the final resting place for the men and women who have served our country with honor, and it is our responsibility to maintain the dignity of the cemetery property and surrounding area."
House Bill 195 would allow restaurants located in "resort cities" such as Driggs to receive a liquor license exempt from the quota, provided 60 percent of their gross revenue is derived from the "sale of meals on-site."
The world is embracing a more liberal approach to cannabis, and nearly three-quarters of Americans support giving patients access to the drug. But is medical marijuana the wonder-drug it's cracked up to be?
Idahoans are fond of thumping their chests with pride in their libertarian tradition, but it's a lot easier to convince people they're especially free when they don't have a counter example just across the border.