Wed
03
Jan
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Fixing broken tax code benefits taxpayers and boosts economy

A typical family of four will get a $2,059 tax cut.

Wed
27
Dec
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Fix broken college education system before trying to add students

If you attend an Idaho college or university, it’s more likely than not you won’t graduate.

Wed
20
Dec
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Campaign finance proposals would give advantage to incumbents

Imagine this scenario: You’re catching up on the latest news. You learn that your mayor or legislator has made a major decision with which you disagree. Frustrated, you decide to run for office.

Wed
13
Dec
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Local officials: Use the law to protect taxpayers from massive tax hikes

Here’s a problem: There are more than 1,000 taxing districts in Idaho, but this year only two—two in the entire state—took advantage of a new law intended to prevent property owners from facing amb

Wed
13
Dec
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Celebrating adoption:making the dream of a family a reality

I had the honor of helping to pay tribute to Idahoan Dixie Weber who was recognized as a 2017 Angel in Adoption for her work as an adoption advocate.

Wed
06
Dec
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Idaho needs action on flood insurance reforms

The National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP), which provides flood coverage to more than 5 million policyholders nationwide, is billions of dollars in debt to U.S.

Wed
06
Dec
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Annual reminder that discount Christmas sales remain illegal in Idaho

Every year since 2012, I have written and complained about Idaho’s Depression-era law that hurts businesses and consumers. Here it is again:

Wed
29
Nov
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Don’t improperly dump your big game carcasses

Proper disposal keeps you out of trouble and eliminates problems for others

Wed
29
Nov
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Improving veterans’ educational benefits

Specialist Robert Cannon, of Boise, served 5.5 years in the U.S. Army in military intelligence. This included a 13-month deployment in Southern Iraq.

Wed
29
Nov
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