Boise Mayor Lauren McLean took office in January and is under fire for a report of recommendations she should do during her first term.
The report covers a wide range of issues, including "free contraception as defined by the CDC, abortion, and reproductive health care" and providing "sex education at pre-K through 12th grade"in the Boise School District.
The report also promotes "policies that would effectively make Boise a sanctuary city, including ending coordination with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement," the Idaho Statesman reports.
Dustin Hurst of the Idaho Freedom Foundation said the report would "fundamentally transform Boise into a socialist enclave" by making the city look "something like Portland, Seattle, or San Francisco."
The recommendations also include interrupting "white supremacist culture," closing juvenile detention centers, providing city-wide free internet, increase "30% the number city government leadership positions held by women and people from communities affected by marginalization," to name a few.
McLean defended the report this week.
"These are not policy documents," McLean told KTVB. "They are reports to me and my administration, and when we all talked, when I released them, I said that clearly and I wanted to transparently share them."