A Seat in the House

If you want to “take back” federal lands, read Idaho’s Constitution

Those who want to sue the federal government over public lands need to brush up on Idaho's founding documents. ... Full story

We Need More!

Idaho budget requests increase for the next fiscal year. ... Full story

The Columbia River Treaty

The Columbia River Treaty is an agreement between the United States and Canada that was implemented to provide for the cooperative operation and development of ... Full story

Idaho's Economy is Looking Bright

The future looks bright, from a Seat in the House ... Full story

Idaho and the Arctic Caucus

Idaho's interest in the Arctic, from a Seat in the House ... Full story

Idaho & the Common Core Standards

Idaho to retain control of education content. ... Full story

Legislature Addresses Issues for Veterans

Help for vets, from a Seat in the House ... Full story

Idaho Adopts State Health Insurance Exchange

The first regular session of the 62nd Idaho Legislature was 88 days in length, adjourning on April 4. During this time 545 pieces of legislation ... Full story

Bills Pass for Health Insurance and Personal Property Taxes

Despite contentious issues, the Legislature is making progress ... Full story

Bills Pass for Health Insurance and Personal Property Taxes

Despite contentious issues, the Legislature is making progress ... Full story

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Dick Cvitanich

Dick Cvitanich

is the Superintendent of Schools for the Lake Pend Oreille School District. He has been an educator for 33 years, and became superintendent for LPOSD in 2006. He was educated at the University of Washington where he earned a BA in History and a Superintendent's Credential. He has been married to Diane for 32 years and they have raised three sons who "taught us as much as we taught them." "I have a passion for public education and the role it plays in our democracy. In my free time I read, ski ... come to think of it, I don't have that much free time."