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IDOC tightens execution drug secrecy rules

Idaho prison officials have changed their administrative rules to ensure secrecy surrounding the source of the state’s lethal injection drugs.

From the Associated Press

Hundreds learn about Idaho’s open meetings, public records laws

A ripple of apprehensive laughter spread through the audience, as Nampa school trustee Allison Westfall, playing the role of a fictional city council member, read her line: “This isn’t on the agenda tonight, but since we’re all together, let’s straighten out this budget issue.” Her fellow “council members” leaned in close.

From the Idaho Press

Caldwell resident wins public records lawsuit against Middleton School District

An Idaho district judge has ordered the Middleton School District to turn over records to a Caldwell man, who sued the district in August over its denial of his public records requests.

The plaintiff, Ray Moore, filed five requests earlier this year under the Idaho Public Records Act with the Middleton School District, which were either denied, heavily redacted or subject to fees exceeding $3,000.

From the Idaho Press

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