Idaho Lt. Gov. Janice McGeachin on Tuesday issued an executive order banning vaccine mandates and required coronavirus testing in schools and colleges in the state, prompting Gov. Brad Little to say he had not authorized her to act on his behalf while he was at the U.S-Mexico border. Little said he would “rescind” any executive orders McGeachin issues while he is away and she is acting governor, including her attempt this week to send National Guard troops to the border. “I am in Texas performing my duties as the duly elected Governor of Idaho, and I have not authorized the Lt. Governor to act on my behalf,” Little said in a statement on Tuesday. “I will be rescinding and reversing any actions taken by the Lt. Governor when I return.” He is expected back in the state on Wednesday. In Idaho, the governor and lieutenant governor don’t run on the same ticket and McGeachin and Little have previously butted heads. She is also running for governor in 2022. UTAH INDEPENDENT EVAN MCMULLIN LAUNCHES 2022 SENATE BIDIn May when Little was out of state, she issued an executive order banning mask mandates that Little eliminated when he returned, saying those decisions were best left to

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