Idaho legislation addresses human trafficking and
limiting health care for immigrants
Human trafficking report from Idaho legislature
After reports of immigrants being enslaved for domestic service and prostitution, the Idaho Legislature formed an interim committee in 2005 to investigate.
Model legislation on human trafficking
Earlier this year, California’s legislature passed the nation’s most comprehensive legislation related to human trafficking. Considered “model legislation,” legislation like California’s Assembly Bill 22 (AB 22) could become law in Idaho.
Health care in jeopardy
Idaho Senate considers barring illegal residents from indigent health care program
Senate Bill 1105 (S1105)
"Counties want to limit aid to illegal immigrants"
November 18, 2004
News from the hearing
"Senate panel to look at barring illegal immigrants from program"
February 10, 2005
"Counties plan won't cure ailing immigration policy"
December 5, 2004
Larry Craig proposes partial solutions to immigration reform in his AgJobs bill
Craig's issue brief
"AgJobs Bill is a place to start on immigration reform"
April 29, 2005
"Craig's immigration bill shows ties to special-interest groups"
May 12, 2005