Remote testimony sessions canceled

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Testifying before the Idaho Legislature via video conference will have to wait. No one registered for today’s House Education hearings, meaning the remote sessions have been canceled, said North Idaho College executive assistant Mindy Patterson.

The pilot program will have other conferencing sessions this year.

For more information, go to https://legislature.idaho.gov/remote-testimony

Or contact the committee secretary at hedu@house.idaho.gov or 208-332-1148, or contact the Legislative Information Center at idleginfo@lso.idaho.gov or 208-332-1000.

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