(AP) - The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has listed Idaho among nine states where insurance companies have posted rate increases deemed excessive under new federal guidelines. The agency singled out those states Thursday as part of its role in monitoring rates - a task called for in the 2010 health insurance overhaul The two Idaho companies were not identified by the agency
For anyone involved in the Twin Falls city recreation program, rates will be going up. Last night the Twin Falls City Council voted to increase city resident rates from $15 to $20 and non-resident rates from $25 to $35
Intermountain Gas Co. has filed a request with state regulators to lower natural gas rates by an average of 4.5 percent for residential customers. The company filed paperwork with the Idaho Public Utilities Commission last week.
Several city residents opposed the proposed increase in the Twin Falls city water, sewer and sanitation fees at last night’s city council meeting. But in the end, the council decided an increase was necessary.
Idaho Power Company has asked the Idaho Public Utilities Commission for permission to raise its power rates. Idaho Power says there are several reasons for a raise in rates including growing energy demands, aging infrastructure and higher compliance requirements.
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