Today, the U.S. Supreme Court hears Colorado’s case against having Donald Trump on its presidential ballot. Lawyers for the state of Colorado argue that the 14th Amendment to the Constitution precludes Trump from being on the ballot on the basis that he was involved in an insurrection.

Idaho Rep. Kevin Cook joins the show to talk about why the Joint Financial-Appropriations Committee voted to change maintenance budgets procedures without Co-Chair Wendy Horman present. He also talks about legislation he has put forth to require manufacturers of cellphones to have pornography filters turned on by default when sold to a minor in Idaho.