“Mark Freeman tapped the show-and-tell method to drive home his point on how environmental regulations are strapping his wood stove company.
The president and CEO of Kuma Stoves in Garwood on Thursday brought a display of two pipes, one 15 times longer than the other, to illustrate the same ratio of how much the EPA has required stove emissions to be reduced in recent years.”
Mike announces his candidacy for the 1A seat in Idaho’s House of Representatives. He is running on the Republican ticket and is expected to face incumbent 1A Rep. Heather Scott in the May 15, 2018, primary election. Click to read the Bonner County Daily Bee story from May 7, 2017.
The Equal Access to Justice Act was intended to help veterans with disabilities pursue claims against the federal government, but it is now being used by special interest groups to sue the Forest Service for its management activities. Click to read the commentary by Mike Boeck in the April 11, 2017 edition of the Idaho Statesman.