August 25, 2020 | KHQ.com |
“BOISE, Idaho – Today lawmakers in Idaho’s House voted to advance a resolution that ends Idaho Governor Brad Little’s Coronavirus Emergency Declaration.
The resolution effectively lifts all restrictions across the state. Lawmakers voted and passed the resolution 48-20 amid a special session that the Governor called to deal with liability laws and mail-in voting concerns.
The resolution now heads to the Senate and if it passes the Governor’s Emergency declaration, that he put in place back in March, is over.”
A CONCURRENT RESOLUTION
STATING FINDINGS OF THE LEGISLATURE AND DECLARING THE TERMINATION OF THE
STATE OF DISASTER EMERGENCY IN IDAHO.
“WHEREAS, the provisions of Section 46-1008, Idaho Code, state in part that “the legislature by concurrent resolution may terminate a state of dis-aster emergency at any time. Thereupon, the governor shall issue an executive order or proclamation ending the state of disaster emergency.” Link