Will Labrador succeed in an effort to politicize county prosecutor offices?

When I served as Idaho Attorney General in the 1980s, there was a strong bond between my office and the…

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The Attorney General’s dereliction of duty to the Idaho Legislature

Believe me, I did not want to write again about Raul Labrador’s failings, but this time his dereliction of duty…

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Attorney General Labrador has no business meddling in election security

House Bill 470 would create an “Office of Election Crimes and Security” in Raul Labrador’s office. That would certainly be…

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Labrador bets heavily on abortion in his gamble to win higher office

During his first year as Idaho Attorney General, Raul Labrador has placed most of his chips on the abortion issue…

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The extremist branch of Idaho’s GOP is producing a moving experience

Many people have literally been moved by the ugly performance of Idaho’s Republican extremists in recent years. That is, significant…

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Out-of-state political lawyers do not serve Idaho’s legal interests

Prior to 2023, Idaho’s Attorneys General handled the State’s legal business without outside entanglements. During his first year in office,…

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Raul Labrador has certainly kept his promise to be a different kind of AG

When Raul Labrador was running for Attorney General last year, he promised to be a different kind of AG and…

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Mike Simpson steps up again to protect Idaho’s interests in Congress

Dorothy Moon, the chair of the Idaho Republican Party, has been attacking Congressman Mike Simpson for his refusal to support…

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Attorney General Labrador savors a rare court victory

Idaho’s Attorney General has experienced a great deal of disappointment in court proceedings since taking office in January, but he…

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