January 2019: sandpointreader.com/gov-little-delivers-first-state-of-the-state-address/
April 2017: www.spokesman.com/blogs/boise/2017/apr/03/little-grocery-tax-repeal-would-quickly-make-idahos-tax-code-more-competitive/
April 2017: www.kmvt.com/content/news/Little-Repeal-the-Idaho-sales-tax-on-groceries-418240523.html
This is critical everyone reads this article all the way through. Sounds like Gov. Little is working toward Agenda 2030 goals when it comes to Idaho's water.
Also, listen to Rosa Martinez's interview regarding her research on Idaho's water:
We need to educate ourselves on this topic.
"Those who control the water, control the people."
Did you know that the Idaho Governor has issued an Emergency Declaration Order every month for almost 2 years, and it is very difficult to find? Go to the link below and then click on the arrows in the black bar next to Governor’s Proclamations and Executive Orders, this will bring up a list in addition to the list that is already there. You can also read the latest Emergency Declaration Order that was placed on 1/7/22.
Senator Woodward voted with two Democrats to not allow the parental right bill to pass. Woodward gets heated. https://www.idahoednews.org/news/profane-exchange-between-republicans-follows-rejection-of-parental-rights-bill/
Read in the Supreme Court decision over manditory vaccinations it was the hospitals that accepted federal money who had to comply with the mandate.
This is exactly what happens to all cities and counties that have accepted the ARPA money. Encourage your city council and county commissioners to send the ARPA money back. One of the strings to that money is having to obey all federal Executive Orders. Keep Idaho free and do not accept the ARPA money.
Check out this article from the Daily Mail on Supreme Court decision: