The days of cheap energy are over, and with federal legislation expected to cap carbon emissions, both consumers and utilities are going to have to change the way they think about power. That was the consensus from a panel of experts representing the Idaho National Laboratory, Idaho Power, the Idaho Public Utilities Commission, U.S. Geothermal, ...
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Were you one of the millions caught up in the recent Target or Niemen Marcus data breaches? I was. And I have heard several stories of others who were at a minimum inconvenienced if not cut off completely from using a credit or debit card right before the holidays. I stood flabbergasted at the register [...]
As most are aware, the federal government, primarily through its Medicare program that pays healthcare costs of America’s seniors, is the preeminent payer of healthcare in the United States. In addition, Medicaid, as administered by the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare, provides a limited safety net for Idaho’s poor. As such, Medicaid is also [...]