Idaho GOP Legislators Say 'No' to Sandwich Bill ... Right After Their Lunch Break 

“It’s a fairness issue, and I do think that they didn’t get that.”

In a Tuesday afternoon vote—right after lunch—Idaho Republican lawmakers opted to not offer the public the opportunity to weigh in on proposed legislation on breaks in the workplace. The so-called “sandwich bill” would have allowed half-hour lunch breaks to Gem State workers…

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