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Working For Our District
Idaho

Working For Our District by Rep. Karey Hanks

March 15, 2018 0

Working For Our District by Rep. Karey Hanks I am honored and grateful to work for the citizens of Butte, Clark, Fremont and Jefferson counties. We are finishing up with House bills. This year, because […]

Legislative Updates

IT’S ALREADY AUGUST?? by Rep. Karey Hanks

August 18, 2017 0

 IT’S ALREADY AUGUST?? by Rep. Karey Hanks – District 35 This has been a crazy busy summer for us all, I am sure. I worked as a float cochairman in our church for the Pioneer […]

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Idaho

Legislative Update – Rep. Karey Hanks

March 21, 2017 0

Rep. Karey Hanks – District 35 These tiny feet are a pin, which represents the size of a 10 week old preborn baby.   COMMITTEES AND LEGISLATION We listened to many presenters on HB 179, Mandatory […]

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Idaho

STEPS FOR SCHOOLS – Rep. Karey Hanks

March 15, 2017 0

Rep. Karey Hanks – District 35 COMMITTEES AND LEGISLATION We listened to about 4 hours (in Jud/Rules) of testimony and questions on HB221 about Asbestos Bankruptcy Trust Claims. This involves filing claims to more than […]

Legislative Updates

Article V Convention & Other Updates – Rep. Karey Hanks

February 16, 2017 1

Article V Convention & Other Updates – Rep. Karey Hanks Committees and Legislation The Health and Welfare committee passed a bill requiring licensing for sign language interpreters. I believe, contrary to the argument, that this […]

Time Is Flying - Rep. Karey Hanks - District 35
Legislative Updates

Time Is Flying – Rep. Karey Hanks – District 35

February 9, 2017 0

The legislature has now been in session for nearly five weeks and time is flying Rep. Karey Hanks – District 35 My committees are proving to be challenging and rewarding.  The Health & Welfare committee […]

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Legislative Updates

A Month at the Capitol – Rep. Karey Hanks

February 5, 2017 0

Rep. Karey Hanks – District 35 A Month at the Capitol We have been here for almost a month, and have starting reviewing and voting on bills. I always wondered how the legislators could pass […]

Idaho
Legislative Updates

Rep. Karey Hanks – Idaho District 35

February 1, 2017 1

Rep. Karey Hanks – Idaho District 35 Week 3 Nighttime at the Capitol Idaho is supposed to be a conservative state—many of us are liberty lovers. So why did we allow Common Core, Obamacare/state exchange, […]

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Community

Legislative Update – Karey Hanks

January 18, 2017 0

Representative Karey Hanks District 35 My Life as a Legislator Has Begun! I have been assigned to Health and Welfare, Agriculture and Judiciary-Rules-Administration committees. In committee we listen to agencies’ requests to change/update rules and after […]

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