The Blue Review, along with the Boise State School of Public Service, invite you to the last of the 2016 Idaho Filibuster Sessions, an informal, fortnightly meetup to discuss the latest happenings at the Idaho Legislature.
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This final session, at 5:30 pm on Weds., March 30, will be held at a *new location*, The Mode Lounge, 800 West Idaho St., at 8th St.
The 2016 Idaho Filibuster Sessions is an informal, fortnightly meetup to discuss the latest happenings at the Idaho Legislature, hosted by The Blue Review, the Boise State School of Public Service and the Boise State Political Science Department. Optional RSVP on Facebook.
Several Boise State faculty and other experts will discuss the 2016 session highs and lows, in the context of our current national and local political climate. On the docket: how higher ed fared, the middling public schools budget, gun bills, and the lack of movement on health care reform in Idaho (though this may be in flux today), and anything else you’d like to discuss!
Returning to the Sessions are Justin Vaughn and Jaclyn Kettler, both political science professors with relatively fresh eyes for Idaho politics and expertise in several areas of political science including rhetoric, campaign finance, legislatures and women in politics.
We want to thank Saint Lawrence Gridiron for hosting the first round of Filibuster Sessions! Join us at The Mode on Mar. 30!
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