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Interview with Rep. Sage Dixon (R-Ponderay) About the 2021 Idaho Legislative Session

By • January 27, 2021

Idaho Dispatch is attempting to interview as many legislators as we can regarding the 2021 Idaho legislative session.

The session began on January 11th and typically runs until late March or early April. However, because of the Coronavirus, the session may be shorter than normal.

With these interviews, we hope to give Idaho citizens some insight into what their government representatives hope to accomplish while they are in Boise.

Rep. Sage Dixon (Republican – District 1, Seat B) sat down with Idaho Dispatch for a few minutes to give his thoughts and goals for this year. Dixon is the Chairman of the House Business Committee.

You can catch the interview below on our YouTube channel and please be sure to subscribe so you can be notified of future videos!

Which Representatives or Senators would you like to see us interview next? Let us know in the comments below.

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Tags: Business Committee, District 1, Ponderay, Sage Dixon

4 thoughts on “Interview with Rep. Sage Dixon (R-Ponderay) About the 2021 Idaho Legislative Session

  1. Here in rural north Idaho our Internet choices are slow or slow, sure would be nice to see written transcriptions. I fear in another 10 years there will stop teaching kids to read, because why bother when everything is audio or video.

  2. How about our RINO US Senators Risch & Crapo & Rep Simpson. Why do they feel the need to not answer their constituents questions on why they chose to go against us and President Trump. They appear to be to weak to stand up to the socialist democrats!

  3. Yes, I second the written transcript vs the youtube video cause sometimes the video will not play for everyone.
    Slow internet!!!!

  4. YES for Rep. Dixon and Parental Rights. Essential. YES to reestablish the balance of power in this government.

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