In March 1997, the Legislature passed HB 399, requiring the unbundling of costs by electric utilities, cooperatives and municipalities, providing service to 1,000 residents or more, into generation, transmission and distribution components. The commission has required some of the utilities in the state to submit unbundled cost analyses. A legislative committee study found, that with some of the lowest electricity rates in the country, Idaho's electric consumers would not benefit from retail competition.
First case: People v. Horsley, guilty of rape, Sandpoint, 1988. Data Bank established: no Legislated Admissibility passed: no