Idaho Candidates Talk Transparency in Buildup to 2018
Idaho's 30-year-old ethics laws are once again facing scrutiny as candidates prepare for the 2018 election season. Idaho is one of just two states that don't require elected officeholders to disclose any of their personal financial information. This means the state's elected official…
Wyoming Officials See Revenue Stream in Yellowstone Vehicles
The state of Wyoming wants to ensure those who live and work in Yellowstone register their vehicles in the state. The Wyoming Tribune Eagle reports the Wyoming Department of Transportation, at the request of Gov. Matt Mead and members of Wyoming's congressional delegation, is pushing to get mor…
Self-insurance Proposal Could Save Idaho $13M
Health care experts say switching state workers to a self-insurance model could save roughly $13 million in its first year of implementation. The amount is smaller than the state's previous estimates that boasted savings as high as $60 million within the first three years. Idaho lawmakers have …
Twin Falls Schools Approve $2.26 Million Emergency Levy
$2.26 million dollars has been approved by the Twin Falls School Board as an emergency levy fund. Emergency levies can be pursued by schools by the second week of September if the average daily attendance rates are higher than the previous year.

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