January 29, 2021
Today the Idaho House Republican Caucus published their weekly newsletter, this week entitled, “Clearing up the Confusion.”
As noted in the newsletter, “The Idaho House Republican Caucus continues to work for Idahoans, but recent statements have clouded the issues. That’s why we want to help every Idahoan understand what we are doing, and what we are not doing. We hope this eliminates any further confusion.”
Restoring Your Rights: HCR002
The newsletter highlights the recent passage by the Idaho House on a vote of 55-15 of House Concurrent Resolution 2. They say, ” This critical piece of legislation moves to lift the restriction on groups of 10 or more under the Governor’s Emergency Declaration. While some of those limits were relaxed a little last week, HCR 2 presses to eliminate them.” This bill now advances to the Idaho Senate.
You can find more information on HCR002, here:
Adding a Review Process: HB33
The newsletter also provides information on House Bill 33, which would allow, “for the review of District Board of Health actions, decisions, or orders by the appropriate board of county commissioners, upon the request of an adversely affected party.”
You can find more information on HB33, here:
Also in the newsletter is a fact sheet, posted in response to politicians who have been issuing statements critical of the legislator’s actions (see below).
To view the newsletter in its entirety, click on the image of the Fact Sheet:
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