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Page 12 Wednesday, March 14, 2012 Keeping up rl00ith Idaho's Legislature by Dale Fisk ultrasound of a fetus who could well be from Representative Phylis in early gestation. Some out of state -- or should K. King (District 18) see this as politicizing all Idaho hunters have doesn't represent what should be a an equal chance at it? our part of Idaho, medical decision. Senate Bill 1283, but she sends out an BB 1274, Texting died after a 17-17 interesting update while driving, went to senate vote. The bill on bills currently in the House amending would have allowed Idaho's legislature, order, private landowners to Here are some of them. HB 1303. is now HB sell tags they receive Things change quickly 625, the animal cruelty from the state -- down there, so some of bill that increases fines landowner appreciation this may be out of date for torturing an animal tags -- for allowing already, and makes it a felony public access to their 486. Tanning bed on the 3rd conviction, private property. restrictions for young It also makes gamecock Property owners could people is a bill that fighting a felony, fetch a high price for- was pulled back by the BB 1258. Senate Bill the tags, but they are H&W committee chair 1256 squeaked through already being paid by because of a bogus the Senate on a 17-16 the state for allowing claim from Wayne vote on Feb. 24. It hunting on their land. Hoffman, the executive would allow "governor's HB 1317 is to director of Idaho wildlife partnership continue GARVEE Freedom Foundation. tags" to be auctioned bonding for bridges. The sponsors are to the highest bidder, When Gov Kempthorne doing some rewriting rather than the current first proposed the and are bringing this lottery system which GARVEE bonding back. The bill would gives everyone an equal to build highways prohibit tanning for chance. Up to three tags in Idaho, he had 16 kids under age 16 years per species per year for projects in mind and of age. Idaho has the deer, elk and pronghorn the state would bond for 4th highest incidence antelope and one each about $980 million. It of melanoma of the for moose, mountain ultimately was whittled 50 states. Those that goat and sheep would down to just 8 projects oppose this bill believe be auctioned, for that amount. We that families should Big-game tags can have mostly completed monitor their teenagers command some pretty those projects and who want to go to high dollar figures -- have spent about $800 tanning salons. I like Idaho's top bighorn million. Some think this bill and will be sheep tag pulled in that we should continue voting for it. $90,000 in 2009. A bonding and use that SB 1349. This bill lottery ticket for such money for bridges. requires an ultrasound a tag went for $I0 last HB 586 says that before awoman receives year. The extra money cars are to give a an abortion. Sen. raised via auctions 3-foot safety zone when Winder's bill requires would go to Idaho passing a bicyclist. a form to be filled out Fish and Game to HB 632, the with information that "enhance and sustain concussion bill was can only be determined the value of Idaho's heard in House State with an intra-vaginal wildlife," according to Affairs on Thursday. ultrasound. Even the bill. The question This bill would ask though he has taken is this: should the state coaches, game officials "intra-vaginal" out of auction off some of its and trainers to follow the bill, it is the only high-value hunting tags CDC (Center for Disease way to get a good to the highest bidder-- Control) guidelines to determine if an athlete has had a concussion or not and for them to pull the athlete out of play until a health care professional, who is trained in recognizing concussions, says it is OK to return to play. HB 563, the Tax break for the wealthy: This bill passed the house and is in the senate. The Republican majority said that if the rich pay less in taxes, they'll invest more and thus, help Idaho prosper. A number have people have pointed out, this just doesn't work. Mike Ferguson, director of the Idaho Center for Fiscal Policy and chief economist under six governors, compiled this record: During the severe downturn that gripped Idaho in the early 1980s, Gov. John Evans and the Republican Legislature cut spending but also increased taxes. Corporate tax rates rose from 6.5 percent to 8 percent. The top individual income tax jumped from 7.5 percent to 8.2 percent. The sales tax rose from 3 percent to 5 percent. With that money, Idaho maintained its public schools, higher education, infrastructure and social safety net. According to trickle- down economics, Idaho should have tanked but it didn't. The Adams County Record; Answers to last week's Crossword 1 L )I Answers to Last Weeks Word Search "| H S T R U M E N T)Y Y E F T"T' K F--Z" "Z" H 0 W Z Y H D L AlL R U $ O W T N(R O N E J [B'IT X C C W O L A J J Q F K IAI[O W Z L E M T X C J F Z vr00L y z u u RMCA D ,llml p ulRIG D(...T__ E E H S)O N MIITIO V iUIY Q R J- B B K B H TJIN__s ]AIS)F T lUl O G Q N W 0 Y S Q Z Z I A K V Z Q 0 E O Q Z B D M C D H J T) l i E J Q o K L H E G F z K K G Z K M T M N C Our part of Idaho is District 9, represented by: Representative Judy Boyle(R) 2301 Valley Rd., Midvale, 83645 Home (208) 355-3225 Bus (208) 631-2123 FAX (208) 355-3225 Representative Lawerence Denney (R) Speaker of the House P.O. Box 1 14, Midvale, 83645 Home (208) 355-2374 FAX (208) 334-2491 Senator Monty J. 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