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Idaho governor, legislative leaders preview 2022 session that begins Monday

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Idaho Governor Brad Little and legislative leaders met with reporters Friday to preview the session that will begin Monday at the Statehouse in Boise. They talk about the record state budget surplus; proposals for tax relief, including a potential grocery tax repeal; education and transportation spending, among other issues.

Hear Idaho Governor Brad Little talking with reporters about the 2022 legislative session that begins Monday.

Hear Idaho legislative leaders talk about some of their priorities for the 2022 session.

The Idaho Press Club sponsored the gathering.

At the start of the legislative discussion we hear from, in this order, Rep. James Ruchti [D-Boise], Senate Assistant Minority Leader Grant Burgoyne [D-Pocatello], Senate Majority Leader Chuck Winder [R-Boise] and House Speaker Scott Bedke [R-Oakley].

Governor Little will talk about more of his priorities for 2022 during his State of the State address, scheduled for Monday at noon (PST).