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Labrador Votes Against Obamacare Repeal

January 14, 2017 0

Mixed Bag of Republicans Vote Against Obamacare Repeal Vehicle GOP defectors cite deficit, lack of replacement House Republicans on Friday passed a bare-bones fiscal 2017 budget resolution with few intraparty defections, as most GOP members […]

Kavanaugh Hearings: How to Judge a Judge
Constitution

Kavanaugh Hearings: How to Judge a Judge

September 8, 2018 4

Kavanaugh Hearings: How to Judge a Judge by Rep. Raul Labrador This week, the Senate Judiciary Committee held hearings on Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the U.S. Supreme Court.  President Trump nominated Judge Kavanaugh in […]

They Said It Couldn't Be Done
Legislative Updates

They Said It Couldn’t Be Done

July 30, 2018 1

They Said It Couldn’t Be Done by Rep. Raul Labrador We received some exciting news about the economy today: Gross domestic product (GDP) surged by 4.1 percent in the second quarter, putting us on track […]

Convention Gets Idaho GOP Refocused And Energized
Idaho

Convention Gets Idaho GOP Refocused And Energized

July 10, 2018 5

Convention Gets Idaho GOP Refocused And Energized by Danielle Ahrens The Idaho Republican Convention is held every two years in a different city in Idaho. The county Central committees will put on a presentation to […]

Political Prisoners in Idaho?
Featured

Are There Political Prisoners in Idaho?

June 22, 2018 3

Are There Political Prisoners in Idaho? By Danielle Ahrens  Yes there are political prisoners in Idaho and Tuesday night I went to the Idaho Political Prisoner Foundation fundraiser in Meridian, Idaho. The line up of […]

Putting Our People and Our Land Back to Work
Legislative Updates

Putting Our People and Our Land Back to Work

June 18, 2018 0

Putting Our People and Our Land Back to Work By Congressman Raul Labrador June is the start of fire season in Idaho and most of the West. In recent years, we have experienced devastating fires […]

Jobs Report is Truly Historic
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This Month’s Jobs Report is Truly Historic

June 11, 2018 0

This Month’s Jobs Report is Truly Historic. Here’s Why It Matters. by Rep. Raul Labrador When the U.S. Labor Department released its latest jobs report on June 1, the New York Times ran an interesting […]

Idaho Primary Election Results
Elections

Idaho 2018 Primary Election Results

May 17, 2018 1

Idaho 2018 Primary Election Results by Shari Dovale Large turnouts at the polls in Idaho caused upsets in many races throughout the state on Tuesday, May 15, 2018. In Bonner county, Primary elections bring out […]

Little Floats Tax Increase In Gubernatorial Debate
Editorial/Opinion

Little Floats Tax Increase In Gubernatorial Debate

May 7, 2018 0

Little Floats Tax Increase In Gubernatorial Debate By Wayne Hoffman Lt. Gov. Brad Little made it known during the final Republican gubernatorial debate held days ago: If he’s elected, he’s probably gonna raise your taxes. Credit […]

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