Tag: Advanced Directive

Public Notice: Advanced Directive Form Change Regarding Pregnancy

The State of Idaho’s previous advance directive form had a sentence that said “If I am diagnosed as pregnant, my instructions regarding medical care shall have no force during my pregnancy.” In 2021, an Idaho federal court determined that sentence is NOT required. Instead, individuals have the right to include in their advance directives their actual wishes regarding the medical care they would or would not want if they become incapacitated while pregnant.

Public Notice: Advanced Directive Form Change Regarding Pregnancy – en español

El formulario anterior de declaración médica de voluntad anticipada del estado de Idaho incluía la siguiente frase: “Si se me diagnostica un embarazo, mis instrucciones con respecto a la atención médica no tendrán validez durante mi embarazo”. En el año 2021, un tribunal federal de Idaho determinó que esa frase NO es requerida. En su lugar, las personas tienen derecho a incluir en las declaraciones médicas de voluntad anticipada sus deseos reales con respecto a la atención médica que desearían o no desearían recibir en caso de quedar incapacitadas durante el

System Upgrade In Progress

Campaign Finance, Lobbyist Reporting, and Online Voter Tools are expected to be offline from April 9th at 5:00 p.m. MDT, through April 12th at 8:00 a.m. MDT to complete a system upgrade.

Per Idaho Code 67-6607, campaign finance is reported monthly during a campaign’s election year. The deadline for the March report falls on Saturday, April 10th. Due to the interruption caused by this upgrade, political treasurers will be allowed to file the March report until 11:59 p.m. MDT on Monday, April 12th.

While we do our best to ensure compliance with all deadlines in statute, the timing of this release is critical to ensure minimal (or no) impact to the May election cycle. We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.