Idaho Public Television has made available two versions of video from the June 21st McClure Center Symposium on Federal Fiscal Issues Impacts on Local Government.
The event included two Idaho Republicans taking leading roles in reforming federal spending, Sen. Mike Crapo of the “Gang of Six” and presidential debt reduction commission and Rep. Mike Simpson, co-founder of the “Go Big Coalition” in the House.
Panelists for a public lands discussion were Valley County Commissioner Gordon Cruickshank, Owyhee County Treasure Brenda Richards, Soda Springs Mayor Kirk Hansen, Kellogg School District Superintendent Woody Woodford. On the infrastructure and regulation panel were Clearwater County Commissioner Don Ebert, Meridian School Superintendent Linda Clark, Nampa Public Works Director Michael Fuss and Coeur d’Alene Deputy City Attorney Warren Wilson.
The event was moderated by Marty Peterson, director of the James A. and Louise McClure Center for Public Policy Research at the University of Idaho.
To view the 1-hour edited version click here.