Categories
News

Rep. Heather Scott: What’s next?

Dear Idaho Residents, I attended two conference calls yesterday. One with the Idaho Governor and his staff, and one with President Trump and several of his agency staff. As you may be aware there are major financial relief efforts currently underway to pump over two trillion dollars into the US economy at all levels. Diverse […]

Categories
News

Handing over Idaho on a Silver Platter (Part 2)

Goals, Agendas and Policies-Exposed. Are Idaho Citizens Being Played? In PART 1 – Handing Over Idaho on a Silver Platter, I shared how Idaho is not that different from other liberal states when it comes to allowing bad policies to slip into our state laws, codes, and regulations that covertly undermine our state sovereignty. I […]

Categories
News Opinions / Op-eds

Handing over Idaho on a Silver Platter

Is the State of Idaho being complacent, manipulated, or purposely implementing a plan to relinquish our State sovereignty? Idahoans are, and have always been, a different type of people. Rugged, self-sufficient, and independent, we love our beautiful state and believe it is the best place in the country to live. We believe in law and […]

Categories
News

The Truth About the Meningococcal (MenACWY) Vaccine and Your Child

Last week in the Idaho House Health and Welfare Committee, after much debate and controversy, an administrative rule was passed by a 7-6 vote to mandate 12th-grade high school students receive the Meningococcal vaccine. This rule is not required to be heard or debated by the entire body of the Idaho House or Senate and […]

Categories
News

Conservatives Fight for Right to Read Bills before Voting on Them

The Final Weeks of the 2017 Legislative Session and Bill Reading in the House It is sad to report that the House continues to operate in the status quo of “never enough time to do it right but always time to do it over”. As the tentative March 24th session deadline drew closer, there was […]

Categories
News

Idaho Legislators Visit Burns Oregon

Idaho State Representatives Judy Boyle, Heather Scott, and Sage Dixon were among a group of western state legislators who traveled to Burns, Oregon last Saturday (January 8, 2016) on a fact finding mission. We were among a selected group of state legislators invited by an Oregon legislator because of our commitment to liberty, freedom and […]

Categories
News

Idaho’s Administrative Rules

Administrative Rules are rules (or Idaho Code) written by bureaucrats and government agencies (Executive Departments) throughout the year that will be presented, reviewed and approved by the Idaho Legislature at the beginning of every session. Once approved, these Administrative Rules will have the full force of law. Administrative Rules are a big part of how […]

Categories
News

Idaho Legislative Update from Rep. Heather Scott

While many of us are enjoying a wonderful fall, bureaucrats and lobbyists are busy drafting more rules, fees and regulations that they hope will slip by without much citizen input or opposition.

Categories
News

Rules and Regulations in Idaho

Are you concerned with the growth of government and the never ending stream of new fees and regulations controlling your work and personal life? If so, I encourage you to continue reading to learn what you can actually do about it. Here is an important overlooked method you the Idaho citizen can be involved in […]