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  Dear Friends,
  This morning at our First Friday Coffee, we had the opportunity to hear from and speak to Congressman Raul Labrador from Idaho's 1st Congressional District.
Last night, the Idaho Republican Party held it's annual "A Night with the Hawks" event at Memorial Stadium in Boise. 260 Republicans came out to join Governor Otter and Lt. Governor Little in enjoying a night of America's favorite pastime and food.
Released June 27, 2013 Simpson Vows Action to Limit Reach of Obama Regs
Boise, Idaho -- Joshua Whitworth, Executive Director of the Idaho Republican Party has accepted a position with Idaho State Controller Brandon Woolf's office in Boise. Whitworth will make the transition in July.
OPED: IRS Scandal Reinforces Need for Tax Reform By Lieutenant Governor Brad Little
WASHINGTON – As President Obama struggles to explain the political scandals enveloping his administration, the Republican National Committee has released a new video,  “Demand Transparency,” highlighting the administration’s lack of accountability.
Idaho School Can Now Apply for Technology Pilot Project Grants Idaho State Department of Education Media Contact Melissa McGrath - 208-332-6818 BOISE – Schools across Idaho now have the opportunity to put their visions for the next-generation classroom into action. The Idaho State Department of Education announced today that schools can now apply for the Idaho Technology Pilot Project funds.
Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee passes the bipartisan “Bureau of Reclamation Small Conduit Hydropower Development and Rural Jobs Act”
Appropriations Subcommittee Chairman holds hearing on FY14 budget proposal for BLM
Governor Reports Success, Progress from Asia Trade Mission (BOISE) – On the heels of his trade mission to Seoul, South Korea; Taipei, Taiwan; and Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, Governor C.L. “Butch” Otter today reported preliminary results achieved by the 18 Idaho companies participating with the trade delegation to Asia.
Early Sunday morning, April 21 st, Dedra Morris, a long-time employee of the Idaho Republican Party, was lost in a car accident.
  House Committee Examines Congressman Labrador's Legislation to Empower Idaho's Rural Communities
  House Votes to Halt National Labor Relations Board Amid Constitutional Uncertainty
  Crapo Votes Against Moving Firearms Package Forward Says more gun control will not prevent violence
  Budget Is Two Month’s Late And More Of The Same White House continues to push failed tax and spend policies
  RISCH RECEIVES INTERIOR ASSURANCES ON SAGE GROUSE Lifts Hold on Jewel Nomination
  RISCH STATEMENT ON PRESIDENT’S BUDGET PROPOSAL  Washington, D.C. - U.S. Senator Jim Risch issued this statement on President Barack Obama’s budget proposal released earlier today.
GOVERNOR ANNOUNCES HEALTH INSURANCE EXCHANGE BOARD MEMBERS    (BOISE) – Governor C.L. “Butch” Otter today announced the 19 members of Idaho’s Health Insurance Exchange Board, a panel authorized by the Idaho Legislature to set the rules and regulations for implementing a state-based exchange.
GOVERNOR CITES SUCCESSES, PATHS FORWARD FROM 2013 LEGISLATURE  
GOVERNOR, LEGISLATIVE LEADERS TO WORK ON SECOND AMENDMENT PROTECTIONS  
  SENATOR RISCH SEEKS RE-ELECTION BID  Boise, Idaho – U.S Senator Jim Risch announced today he will seek to retain his Senate seat in the 2014 election.