September 20, 2016
The State Board of Education plans to rescind decisions made during a “special board meeting” Monday — and re-do the meeting in an effort to be more transparent.
From Idaho Education News
September 17, 2016
It’s been a bad couple of weeks for public officials here in the 2C. The city of Middleton has been going through some rough patches with some developers over what the developers say are unfair and at least inconsistent applications of codes and ordinances. Then, last Sunday, we documented in previously unreported detail the specific accusations against Canyon County Sheriff Kieran Donahue, which included using taxpayer-paid employees to do errands for the K. Donahue Foundation, which runs a very worthy effort, the Man Up Crusade.
Editorial from the Idaho Press-Tribune
August 23, 2016
An Idaho 4th District judge has ordered a Florida dental services contractor to disclose nearly 100 pages from its successful bid for an Idaho Medicaid contract that the company had claimed was exempt from public disclosure as trade secrets.
From The Spokesman-Review
- Judge to review records in nuclear waste lawsuit
- Idaho moving toward new online-access system for courts
- Judge orders school district to lower public records request fee
- ‘You put a hit piece out on me,’ says the Latah sheriff
- Lewiston police put hold on weekend information; new policy also limits officer contact with the media
- Are records fees too high?