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A Word from the Chair, Issue 12, Volume 1

FIRST THINGS FIRST There is a scent of confidence in the air. Vaccines are readily available, and people are lining up to get them. As a result, the likelihood for a safe return to school, work, and social events is improving. AMERICAN RESCUE PLAN A key reason for...

A Word from the Chair, Issue 11, Volume 1

First Things First As I said last week, smart voters from both parties are uniting around their shared support for well-funded public schools. That is why they are coming together in support of the Post Falls Supplemental School Levy. It seems that everyone wants good...

Social workers’ role

Per the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there are approximately 713,200 social workers in the USA with hundreds being employed in Idaho. Many of you may have people in your lives who are social workers. Although you may know a social worker, you might wonder, "what does a...

A Word from the Chair, Issue 10, Volume 1

First Things First I write this in advance of the planned Legislative Town Hall on Wednesday, March 31. I hope you all had a chance to attend. I know that the information shared by House Minority Leader Ilana Rubel and Senator David Nelson about the 2021 Legislative...

Community schools deserve support

Many Kootenai County residents felt dismay at a recent My Turn by the Chair of the local Republicans and his 70 Committeemen (Any Committeewomen?) They proudly worked to defeat the supplemental levies run by the local boards. Thankfully, the levies all passed but one,...

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FRIDAY | APRIL 16 | 12 PM | ONLINE

The Judiciary Act of 1789 established the Office of the United States Attorney. Currently, there are 93 US Attorneys serving throughout the US and its territories. US Attorneys prosecute federal crimes, enforce federal law on Indian Reservations and federal facilities, apply civil statutes, and defend the United States against lawsuits.

This Friday, the Club welcomes Joshua Hurwit. Joshua or Josh is an Assistant US Attorney for Idaho. He will give an overview of his office and highlight a few of the cases they have prosecuted.

We distribute a Zoom link on the Thursday prior to the meeting date. To request the link or assistance getting connected, contact Phil at pjwmia@aol.com.

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WEDNESDAY | APRIL 21 | 7 PM | ONLINE

Join the Dem Club for a special presentation about the American Rescue Plan by the Idaho Center for Fiscal Policy. The American Rescue Plan is the omnibus legislation recently passed by the US Congress to address the economic impact of the COVID Crisis. This law is one of the most progressive pieces of legislation in history. Moreover, it builds a bridge to an equitable economic recovery. Join our Zoom meeting and learn how this legislation and the Democratic Party are making all our lives better.

We distribute a Zoom link the day prior to the meeting date. To request the link or assistance getting connected, contact Phil at pjwmia@aol.com.

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