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Eye On Boise archive for Feb. 2018

WEDNESDAY, FEB. 28, 2018

Justice Department, Potlatch agree on Superfund settlement

A Washington state company with land holdings in Idaho will pay $6 million in a settlement with the federal government over the cleanup of a northern Idaho Superfund site. Potlatch Corporation and its subsidiary, Potlatch Land & Lumber, signed an agreement in early February with the Department of Justice, Environmental Protection Agency...

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UI law prof sues Idaho for execution records

A University of Idaho law professor is suing the Idaho Department of Correction under the state's Public Records Act for refusing to hand over documents about its use of execution drugs. Aliza Cover asked prison officials last fall for purchase orders, receipts, source paperwork and other documents on the drugs the state used in...

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Bill would expand access to family planning services

Low-income women in Idaho would have access to important health and family planning services under a proposal advancing inside the Statehouse. According to the measure, Idaho would be allowed to seek federal permission — known as a waiver — to expand family planning services to women ages 19-44...

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A busy morning at the Capitol; watch live...

There’s lots going on in the Capitol this morning. The House Education Committee is holding a hearing in the Lincoln Auditorium, with an agenda that includes two controversial bills, HB 566, creating a certification system for heads of charter schools that doesn’t require traditional academic...

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TUESDAY, FEB. 27, 2018




House kills county justice fund levy bill, 27-41

The House has killed legislation from Idaho counties to allow an increase in a cap on property tax levies for county justice related services, from sheriff’s patrols to jail operations, from twenty hundredths of a percent of taxable market value, or .002, to twenty-five hundredths...

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Idaho officials pitch health care plan to federal officials

Idaho officials pitched the state's plan for health care to federal officials, making a case to allow insurers to sell plans that don't comply with the Affordable Care Act. The Idaho Statesman reports Republican Gov. Butch Otter and Idaho Department of Insurance Director Dean Cameron met with top federal health care officials last weekend...

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MONDAY, FEB. 26, 2018



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