November 6, 2014
Hours of court testimony that took place behind closed doors a year ago are now open to the public.
The documents describe, among other things, emails in which local hospital executives talk about a “monopoly model.”
From the Idaho Statesman
November 1, 2014
Kootenai County Prosecutor Barry McHugh determined the Mica Kidd Island Fire District commissioners didn’t violate open meeting law when they conducted an executive session this summer.
From the Coeur d’Alene Press
September 11, 2014
Idaho typically elects conservative officeholders with skeptical views of government and then allows them to lower the blinds on public information.
One would think voters would want the government closest to them to be the most open, but that’s not how it works in the Gem State.
Editorial from The Spokesman-Review