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GOP Policies have FAILED!


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New Bonneville County Elections Office

 Their new address is 825 Shoup, which is across the street from Motor Vehicles/Driver’s License buildingThe Social Security Office was the previous
occupant of the building.
 

Idaho wages drop to 84% of national average in 2012

May 9, 2013 8:48 a.m.

Idaho workers’ average hourly wages were 84 percent of the national average in 2012, the Idaho Department of Labor reports, down from 85.2 percent of average in 2011. That ranked the state 45th in the nation, down from 44th in 2011. For all occupations, a new report from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics showed that Boise workers made 11 percent less than the national average wage; Coeur d’Alene workers, 21 percent less; Idaho Falls, 22 percent less; Lewiston, 17 percent less; and Pocatello, 19 percent less. Pocatello was the state’s only metro area where the percentage increased from the year before. You can read a full report here from the Idaho Department of Labor

 

Idaho's wages have stagnated for three decades. Here's why.




Build your own "Bankers' Cradle"

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Tuesday, 03 September 2013
Idaho Democratic Party Chairman Larry Kenck takes Gov. Otter to task for his recent assertion that Idaho’s economy is in great shape.

Magic Won’t Fix Idaho’s Economy

Gov. Otter is desperate to make us forget what has happened to Idaho’s schools and Idaho’s economy under his watch. To a crowd at the Boise Metro Chamber of Commerce, the governor declared that Idaho’s economy “is in great shape.”

A few days later, this headline came out in Idaho’s largest newspaper, “Idaho Wages Lose Ground in 2012.” The first line painted a bleak picture: “Already among the lowest-paying states, Idaho wages fell even further behind in 2012, according to the Idaho Department of Labor.”

We are now 46th in the nation for average wages.

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New Central Committee
meeting place

We meet (7pm, 3rd Thursday - see calendar) at the Idaho Falls City Library, Room #4, on the ground floor. Use the parking lot door and look for directions.


Sen. Elliot Werk
 
  Doesn't it seem like legislators are focused on everything but your priorities? Distractions like religious discrimination, wolf extermination, and arming college kids are debated while your priorities are ignored. Idaho now ranks 50th in the nation in wages and investment in schools and #1 in minimum wage jobs.


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Our Refrigerator Door


Everyone has someplace special, like their refrigerator door, a bulletin board, or such, where they post those 'unique' items they encounter on the web or in the media from time to time. This is our 'refrigerator door' and these are our findings.

 

 

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