In the Idaho Legislature, some unprecedented outcomes left well-known leaders at the short end of the vote tally.
This is a pivotal time in Idaho politics, and we need you to let your voice be heard.
The 2022 Session of the Idaho Legislature came to a close, earlier this afternoon, following an eventful three months of in-depth legislative activity.
This legislation, the 2022 update to the Idaho Credit Union Act, brings significant updates, modernization, and flexibility into the Idaho Credit Union Act
In many areas of Idaho, the primary election may be the only election that has candidates filed for office or that will be impactful for the final outcome of the election in November.
Ryan Fitzgerald reports on camera from Boise.
The U.S. House of Representatives is expected to vote today on a $1.5 trillion spending bill to keep the federal government funded and address a variety of other issues including $13.6 billion in aid for Ukraine and Eastern European countries.
Find out where things stand and what lies ahead in the 2022 legislative session live from the Idaho State Capitol in Boise.
In its ruling, stated that the four separate lawsuits against the legislative maps failed to showcase or make a convincing argument.
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.
U.S. DOL Issues Emergency Temporary Standard for Large Employers to Implement COVID-19 Vaccination or Testing Policy
NWCUA’s Compliance team breaks down the new standard and provides insight on state-specific responses.
What legislative district will you be in for the 2022 election? Who will you be voting for in Congress or the Legislature in November of 2022?
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.