Upcoming seminars

May 29-30, 2018

The public is invited to attend an upcoming free seminar on Idaho’s key open government laws – the Idaho Open Meeting Law and the Idaho Public Records Law – on May 29 in Moscow or Lewiston, or May 30 in Coeur d’Alene, led by Idaho Attorney General Lawrence Wasden.

It’s a chance to learn what is covered by these important laws and how to comply, in a fun and accessible format. Presenters in addition to Wasden will include Deputy Attorney General Brian Kane and IDOG President Betsy Russell.

Government agency employees, public officials, reporters, editors and photographers from all media, and interested citizens all are invited. These sessions are recommended by the Office of the Attorney General, the Association of Idaho Cities, the Idaho Association of Counties and the Idaho Press Club.
Admission is free; because space is limited, attendees are asked to RSVP:

  • Tues. May 29 – MOSCOW – Co-sponsored by the Moscow-Pullman Daily News Federal Building, Conference Room 204, 220 E. Fifth St. ~ 1 pm RSVP to Devin Rokyta, (208) 882-5561 ext. 4637 or drokyta@dnews.com
  • Tues. May 29 – LEWISTON – Co-sponsored by the Lewiston Tribune and LCSC Lewis-Clark State College, Sacajawea Hall, 4th St. & 7th Ave. ~ 6 pm RSVP to A.L. “Butch” Alford Jr. (208) 848-2250 or alajr@lmtribune.com
  • Wed. May 30 – COEUR D’ALENE – Co-sponsored by The Coeur d’Alene Press Coeur d’Alene Resort, Bay 4, 115 S. 2nd St. ~ 1 pm RSVP to Holly Paszczynska, (208) 664-8176 ext. 2016 or hollyp@cdapress.com