- Associated Press - Tuesday, April 1, 2014

KUNA, Idaho (AP) - A recall drive has been started against a trustee of the Kuna School District after he successfully worked to defeat a $3.19 million supplemental levy.

Election Office officials with the Idaho Secretary of State tell the Idaho Statesman (https://bit.ly/1lzRYKY) that a petition with 20 names have been submitted to recall Michael Law.

Recall organizers starting last week have 75 days to gather 29 more signatures.

Voters last month in a light turnout narrowly rejected a supplemental levy. District officials on a 3-2 vote put the levy up to voters again on May 20.

Law voted against putting the levy to voters and distributed fliers opposing it in the last election.

Resident Terri Reno says Law isn’t representing the best interests of students.

Law says he won’t resign.

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Information from: Idaho Statesman, https://www.idahostatesman.com


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