The state statutes of Idaho contain a single sentence about grandparent visitation rights. "The district court may grant reasonable visitation rights to grandparents or great-grandparents upon a proper showing that the visitation would be in the best interests of the child."
In 2009 the Idaho State Senate proposed a more detailed draft of grandparent visitation rights, Senate Bill 1105. The bill died at the end of the legislative session.
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