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Date State Bill No. Bill Title Outcome
March 20, 2014 ID S 1395 Increases Salaries of Certain State Officials Bill Passed - House (44 - 25)
March 17, 2014 ID S 1314 Limits Payday Loans Bill Passed - House (35 - 34)
March 10, 2014 ID S 1314 Limits Payday Loans Bill Passed - Senate (21 - 13)
March 6, 2014 ID S 1254 Authorizes the Concealed Carry of Firearms on College or University Campuses Bill Passed - House (50 - 19)
Feb. 26, 2014 ID S 1337 Prohibits Recording of Agricultural Operations Bill Passed - House (56 - 14)
Feb. 21, 2014 ID HB 470 Establishes The Idaho Wolf Depredation Control Board Bill Passed - House (49 - 16)
Feb. 18, 2014 ID S 1254 Authorizes the Concealed Carry of Firearms on College or University Campuses Bill Passed - Senate (25 - 10)
Feb. 14, 2014 ID S 1337 Prohibits Recording of Agricultural Operations Bill Passed - Senate (23 - 10)

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