Idaho Power is seeking to suspend two programs that let the electric utility shut off power for crop irrigators and residential customers. The Boise-based utility said the two programs won’t be needed in 2013 and that the programs cost millions, which could end up on customers’ bills. Irrigators aren’t happy with Idaho Power’s request.
The request ...
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It has become a maxim that there are too many lawyers and that there is ongoing softness in demand for legal services. (Parenthetically, I disagree; there is, in fact, a dislocation between the supply and the demand for specific legal services, which the organized bar has never been able to address successfully.) Assuming for the [...]
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