Eye On Boise

Revelation after revelation

As if Sen. Jack Noble’s ethical problems – the subject of the first Senate Ethics Committee investigation in 15 years – weren’t enough, more revelations keep piling up. On Saturday, the Idaho Statesman reported that the state has placed liens against Noble’s convenience store and another of his businesses for more than $10,000 in unpaid sales taxes. Click here to see the full report.

Also last week, Statesman columnist Dan Popkey reported that two years ago, Noble introduced another bill to benefit his own store – this one allowing 18-year-olds to sell beer and wine. Three of Noble’s kids work in his store, which sells beer and wine. The bill didn’t pass.


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