The speech was highlighted by an optimistic view of Idaho’s economy and job outlook, but specifically by the $1.9 billion budget surplus that the Governor announced in his speech.
The funds will help credit unions in their continued support of consumers, businesses, and communities that are disproportionately impacted by the pandemic.
As the Idaho Legislature returned this week — primarily to tackle the issue of state and federal vaccine mandates — they had another issue to finalize before the end of the year.
On Monday, the Idaho Legislature re-opened the 2021 Legislative Session, primarily to tackle the issue of vaccine mandates, especially those handed down from the Biden Administration, both to federal contractors and all U.S. companies with over 100 employees.
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The Speaker will work diligently to limit the topics that are likely included in the bucket of “pertinent business” to the issue of vaccine mandates and the ethics complaints, but as this is not a topic specific “special session”, which is called by the Governor, the Legislature may find itself “bogged down” in all types of matters.
In a statement from the letter NCUA outlines, “Low-income credit unions may receive 30-year subordinated debt investments from the ECIP.
A recent IRS data collection proposal taken up in the Reconciliation package in congress has brought us yet another opportunity to show up and make our collective voices heard.
Idaho credit union leaders joined U.S. Senator Mike Crapo (R-Idaho) and other stakeholders for a roundtable discussion Tuesday, Oct. 12
If you have been watching the news over this past week, you know there has been quite a potentially high-stakes political tennis match between Governor Brad Little and Lt. Governor Janice McGeachin.
This effort is intended to improve taxpayer compliance and increase federal revenues by $463 billion over the next ten years.
In focus for these meetings are the potential threats to the credit card interchange system being floated in the Senate.
Governor Little held a press conference while visiting the communities around Coeur d’Alene, outlining the current strength and continued positive trajectory of Idaho’s economy.
Only one week following the quasi-end of the 2021 Idaho Legislative Session and the race to be Idaho’s Governor has already started to get crowded.
After breaking the record for the longest Legislative Session in State history, at 122 Days, the Idaho Legislature has returned to their districts, having completed their business for the year…but are they done?
Late Wednesday evening, the Idaho Senate and House worked through the vast majority of their remaining legislative work.
It is time for the Idaho Legislature to complete their work and adjourn for the year, as the tone and tenor of political wrangling has become unruly and unproductive.