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Wrong Phil Batt?

Hon. Phil Batt

Staff Assistant

Risch Pisca PLLC

HQ Phone: (208) 345-9929

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Risch Pisca PLLC

407 W. Jefferson St.

Boise, Idaho 83702

United States

Company Description

Risch Pisca PLLC prides itself in representing a wide range of clients and multiple issue areas including individuals, associations and corporations. The following is a sample of our clients (published with permission): The Alliance of Automobile Manufa ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Gallatin Public Affairs

Nuclear Waste Proposal

Idaho Fish and Game

State Transportation Board


Food Producers


Honorary Trustee
The Idaho Heritage Trust Inc

Board Member
Western Governors' Association

Federal Reserve Bank

State Pete Cenarrusa

Idaho Land Board

Ameircan Arbitration Association

Idaho Banking Company

Department of Environmental Quality

Governor's Council on Hydroelectric and River Resources

Holiday Packing Co

Board Member and Administrative Judge
Idaho Board of Tax Appeals

Board Member
Idaho Transportation Department


University of Idaho

Wilder High School

Web References (136 Total References)

Attorneys & Staff – Risch Pisca, PLLC [cached]

1995-1998 - Idaho Governor Philip E. Batt, Staff Assistant (Issue areas included: health, welfare, education, taxation, insurance, tribal gaming, housing)

Phil Batt who told the Caldwell ... [cached]

Phil Batt who told the Caldwell Chamber of Commerce luncheon last week (1) that education was not virtually starving to death and (2) there was no direct connection between more tax money and quality education and (3) that massive amounts of tax funds being dumped into the government schools were wreaking havoc on private schools which, because of this, were unnecessarily hard-pressed to compete.

Raspberries for the media present to hear Batt's Caldwell speech and neglecting to note his third item, which he emphasized.
But Batt isn't the only state senator to buck up to Risch.
Well, Canyon County people can ask their retiring senator, Phil Batt, or the other three senators, Atwell Parry, Jerry Thorne and Skip Smyser, about Risch's operation.
Phil Batt (R-Wilder). Batt told an April 18 meeting of the Caldwell Chamber of Commerce that the state's education issue was somewhat overblown and that the government school's tremendous financial weight was proving to be too much of a burden to the state's private schools.
It was none other than the one many see as the county's favorite politician, and the ex-senator Phil Batt, himself.


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Jeremy P. Pisca – Risch Pisca, PLLC [cached]

1995-1998 - Idaho Governor Philip E. Batt, Staff Assistant (Issue areas included: health, welfare, education, taxation, insurance, tribal gaming, housing)

Board of Trustees: The Idaho Heritage Trust [cached]

Governor Phil Batt

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