Eye On Boise

In the 'silver lining' department...

A few state agencies reported cost savings that helped them comply with the 4 percent mid-year budget holdback. Among them: The state treasurer expects to save $51,300 on bank fees for deposits and other transactions, because less state revenue this year meant fewer transactions. And Health & Welfare reports it can cut child care subsidy payments because more parents are out of work and thus don't need child care.




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