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Jun
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Lori Otter’s makeup woes pale in comparison to artists hurt by veto

Sherry Japhet is a skilled makeup artist. Having worked for 20 years in the business, her services are highly sought on television sets and photo shoots.

Wed
21
Jun
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Pledging to help raise PTSD awareness

Captain Sarah C. Humphries served in the U.S. Army in Iraq. In a video on the U.S.

Wed
21
Jun
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IDFG ‘Take Me Fishing’ trailer visits area lakes

Now that school is out, parents are looking for fun activities to keep their kids busy and get them outdoors.

Wed
14
Jun
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Study again proves promise of CBD’s medical benefits not available yet in Idaho

A study published days ago in the New England Journal of Medicine finds that a cannabis extract can dramatically cut—and even potentially eliminate—epileptic seizures in those who suffer from Drave

Wed
14
Jun
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Improving relations with Cuba

The Administration’s plan to roll back policy initiatives between the United States and Cuba is a missed opportunity for the country and a substantive blow to potentially lucrative markets here in

Wed
14
Jun
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Moving forward with a positive spirit of renewal

Kindness, support and respect run deep in Idaho.

Wed
07
Jun
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Health insurance misconceptions abound

Since the election, much has been said about what the Obamacare repeal and replacement may look like for Idahoans.

Wed
07
Jun
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Bill to extend secure rural schools funding

I joined fellow Senator Jim Risch (R-Idaho) and a large, bipartisan group of Senate colleagues in introducing legislation that would extend payments under the Secure Rural Schools (SRS) program, co

Wed
07
Jun
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Make local officials commit to protecting taxpayers

Local government officials throughout Idaho are beginning the process of hearing from residents about how they’d like their tax dollars spent starting this fall.

Wed
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Intellectual property protections: Backing Idaho ingenuity

U.S. Forest Ranger Edward Pulaski helped save the lives of fellow wildland firefighters in Idaho’s 1910 Big Burn.

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