The bill, sponsored by Rep. Mike Moyle (R-Star), would lower the state’s top personal and corporate income tax rates from 7.4% to 7.2% and exempt the first $750 of income.
Ruch has been a fixture in classrooms and in the Coeur d’Alene Education Association since she and her husband first moved to North Idaho in 1979 following a vacation to the area.
In the wake of the Executive Order banning Muslims and refugees from seven countries, National Education Association President Lily Eskelsen Garcia issued a statement condemning the action.
Tami Wade. Tami has joined the IEA team as an associate in the Eastern Idaho Organizing Center, and will be based in the Idaho Falls office. She has a wealth of experience as an administrative assistant in the fields of payroll, tax and banking. Tami recently moved to Idaho Falls after spending most of the…
The Idaho Center for Fiscal Policy has released its annual report which shows that despite recent investments in public education by the legislature, Idaho is still lagging behind pre-recession levels.
There were no major surprises as State Superintendent of Public Instruction Sherri Ybarra presented her FY-2018 budget request to the Joint Finance and Appropriations Committee Thursday.