The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Idaho sent a letter to Nampa School District Superintendent Gregg Russell and the Board of Trustees for the Nampa School District demanding that the district produce the records it excluded when it responded to the ACLU’s July 6 public records request.
A report from University of Michigan Law School professor J.J. Prescott finds Idaho’s sex offender registration and notification (SORN) laws “do not serve their purpose of lowering the risk of recidivism, reducing the number of total sex offenses or making communities safer.”
Federal district court Judge Nye ruled that a transgender athlete’s lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of Idaho’s law—HB 500—is not moot, meaning the case may proceed while the law remains blocked.
Today the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Idaho sent public record requests to Nampa School District Superintendent Gregg Russell and the Board of Trustees for the Nampa School District seeking any communication related to the removal of books from school libraries and classrooms.
BOISE, Idaho — Wednesday afternoon, Governor Brad Little signed into law House Bill 658, a law that prohibits the disclosure of entities or persons supplying, manufacturing, dispensing, or prescribing chemicals or substances used in state executions.
BOISE, Idaho — Yesterday, Idaho Gov. Brad Little signed into law SB 1309, a Texas-style copycat that deputizes private citizens to bring lawsuits against health care providers who perform an abortion after six weeks in pregnancy.