Saying they want to start the month off right, several Idaho politicos announced Tuesday they have changed their views on key issues.
Boise Mayor Dave Bieter came out against any more expenditure of city revenues to promote trains. “It just doesn’t pencil out and I realized that,” said the mayor.
Guv. Butch otter responded to state university and college presidents and issued an executive order to ban guns from all college campuses. He also is instituting a wolf feeding program in rural areas to “prevent cattle depredation.”
Meanwhile, following quite demonstrations by advocates of “add the words,” Idaho legislative leaders are seeking a special session which will revoke the $1 million appropriated to defend the anti-gay marriage law. They will also allow men and women to commit to same sex marriage.
Boise police have issued Milk Bonze to officers in lieu of shooting dogs which scare the officers.
In sports, Boise State has taken the controversial move to return to green turf. Officials at the athletic department claim the football coach has left because he preferred green turf and the basketball coach is shopping around for a new job as well.
Finally, Senator Mike Crapo vowed to donate most of the $3,000,000 in his campaign slush fund to Alcoholics Anonymous, saying their programs can help America more than the bankers and stock brokers.
This month looks like it will be exciting and its only APRIL FOOLS Day!
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