Idaho Legislator town hall in Kootenai County

Eight legislators spoke to the public about policy issues. Seated (L to R) are: Representatives Paul Amador, Tony Wisniewski, Doug Okuniewicz, Senators Steve Vick, Mary Souza, Peter Riggs, and Representatives Ron Mendive, and Vito Barbieri 


Idaho Legislator town hall in Kootenai County


By Casey Whalen


Over 400 people assembled for a Town Hall meeting in Coeur d’Alene that took place on February 13, at The Alter Church featuring eight Idaho State Legislators from Kootenai County.


Topics discussed included; people’s rights, mask mandate, vaccinations, property tax and cannabis. The majority of the time was taken up by two questions regarding abortion.


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