Idaho strikes down licensing bill

Thursday, February 25, 2016

BOISE, Idaho –A bill that would have added new licensing requirements for DME providers in Idaho was voted down this week. The bill, SB 1264, would have required providers to have a location staffed during reasonable business hours, and to have sufficient inventory and staff to service or repair products under the state Board of Pharmacy. Idaho Lt. Gov. Brad Little cast the tie-breaking vote after the Senate deadlocked, according to The Spokesman-Review.