Idaho Democratic Rep. Walt Minnick was the lone Idahoan with a good grade from the Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America for his voting record the last two years.
Republican Sens. Mike Crapo and Jim Risch, and GOP Rep. Mike Crapo were among about 150 lawmakers receiving "Ds" and "Fs" for votes on issues including disability reform, veterans' affairs budgets, employment and education benefits for veterans, homelessness issues, health care and other issues.
Minnick earned 16 out of a possible 18 points; Simpson's votes earned him 11 points.
In the Senate, where 12 points were possible, Crapo and Risch both got 5 points.
Crapo's grade fell from a "B" in 2007-2008. Simpson had an "A" in 2007-2008.
Minnick and Risch are serving their first two years in Congress and were not rated for 2007-2008.
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