Scott has a curious take on disclosures

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?I read in the Spokesman Review on Jan. 18, 2018, that our esteemed Idaho Rep. Heather Scott voted against ?the financial disclosure for state officials that the committee chairman had recommended. The Review quoted her as saying she voted against the bill because it did not require school board members to disclose. She was quoted as saying ďif it didnít include everyone it should include no one.Ē

No partial victories for this crusading lady.

ED KARASEK

Sandpoint

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