"A new group opposed to extremism and disinformation is asking the Attorney General’s Office to investigate an Ada County commissioner after he asked a judge to make “accommodations” for Ammon Bundy, who was denied access to the Ada County Courthouse in Boise after refusing to wear a mask."
"Hoping to show Little that an overwhelming number of Idahoans support a governor willing to lead more aggressively on the pandemic, a new grassroots group — The Idaho 97% — organized, as one of the founders Emily Walton told me this week, 'to let him know we need him to run Idaho.'"
"The Idaho 97 Project, a privately funded advocacy group that formed in opposition to anti-mask advocates, on Wednesday filed a complaint with the Attorney General’s Office requesting Davidson be investigated for violating the bribery and corruption statute."
“I think we’ve seen an imbalance at public meetings across the state,” Hoffman said. “The people who show up are people who aren’t wearing masks and aren’t taking personal responsibility to protect their neighbors.”
“We have public officials who are trying to do the right thing, and we have public officials who need some help getting there. … We are not ok with extremists interrupting the business of government, and we are not ok with elected leaders folding to their demands.”
"On the other side of the debate, hundreds of people in support of the public health order set up homemade signs in the parking lot of the district office Tuesday. On Wednesday, an online petition by a newly formed coalition called The 97% gained more than 1,600 signatures."