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TIN Podcast: Rep. Heather Scott Elaborates on Illegal Actions in Idaho’s ‘Special Session’TIN PODCAST

TIN Podcast: Rep. Heather Scott Elaborates on Illegal Actions in Idaho’s ‘Special Session’

Special guest: Representative Heather Scott discusses the “extraordinary” legislative session held this month.  The bill presented and passed had THREE
After House Passes Concurrent Resolution to End the ‘Emergency,’ Brad Little Announces ‘Emergency’ Will End April 15Idaho News

After House Passes Concurrent Resolution to End the ‘Emergency,’ Brad Little Announces ‘Emergency’ Will End April 15

Editor’s note: This Op-Ed originally appeared at the Pocatello-Chubbuck Observer, and is reprinted with permission. Read the original story here.
True Idaho News Podcast: Media Censorship, Facebook Alternatives, Idaho Redistricting, & the Nuremberg CodeIdaho News

True Idaho News Podcast: Media Censorship, Facebook Alternatives, Idaho Redistricting, & the Nuremberg Code

This week’s podcast can be heard (or watched) here: The show can also be heard on: Spotify (listen) Rumble (listen)
Rep. Heather Scott and Sen. Christy Zito Speak About Idaho Corruption on the Voice of Conservative Values ShowCorruption

Rep. Heather Scott and Sen. Christy Zito Speak About Idaho Corruption on the Voice of Conservative Values Show

On Thursday, Oct. 7, Idaho State Rep. Heather Scott (R-Dist.1) and Idaho State Sen. Christy Zito (R-Dist.23) appeared on the
Idahoans Must Act Now to Fight for Freedom and Protect RightsLegislative Issues

Idahoans Must Act Now to Fight for Freedom and Protect Rights

John Crowder is publisher of the Pocatello-Chubbuck Observer. True Idaho News is in agreement with Crowder’s recent editorial calling on
Idaho Legislators Issue Joint Statement on Employer-Mandated “Vaccines” and Reconvening the LegislatureLegislative Issues

Idaho Legislators Issue Joint Statement on Employer-Mandated “Vaccines” and Reconvening the Legislature

An increasing number of Idaho employers are instituting mandatory Covid shots for their employees, yet Governor Brad Little and House