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By Nicole Blanchard
February 10, 2020
For the second time in a week, Idaho lawmakers considered introducing legislation that aimed to improve access to public land. For the first time, they voted to move it forward.
The Senate Resources and Environment Committee on Monday voted to print a bill that would mean fines for people who knowingly block public land access.
Sen. Fred Martin, R-Boise, sponsored the legislation Monday. Last Wednesday, the House Resources and Conservation committee swiftly voted down printing a comparable bill, which was sponsored by Rep. John Gannon, D-Boise.
Martin told the Senate committee that public land is an incredibly popular issue...
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