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Sharon Fisher is an Idaho Business Review staff writer, covering financial institutions, technology, and business development. She holds a bachelor of science in computer science from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, and a masters in public administration and graduate certificates in geographic informational analysis and in community and regional planning from Boise State University. She likes explaining things and going to meetings. Join me on Twitter at @IBR_SLFisher.

‘Ban the Box’ dead for the session (access required)

Legislation that would have made it easier for Idahoans with criminal records to be considered for a job is dead for the session. Sen. Cherie Buckner-Webb, D-Boise, who sponsored S1307, said she was pulling the legislation to rework for consideration ...

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New tax law offers business benefits (access required)

For businesses, the new tax code giveth and the new tax code taketh away, according to Richard Sisson, a partner with Chigbrow, Ryan & Sisson, a Boise-based certified public accounting firm. Several common business deductions are no longer available, Sisson ...

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Gold in Lemhi? (access required)

photo of midas gold mine

Test drills for the final eight holes of a 12-hole project in Lemhi County show “significant gold mineralization,” according to Revival Gold, which is handling the project. The Beartrack Gold Project drilled 11,000-meter cores. Based on the results, the company ...

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Simplot buys Oregon nursery store (access required)

J.R. Simplot Company has bought Nursery Connection LLC in Oregon. The store, located in Hubbard, Oregon, southwest of Portland, will become one of the more than a dozen Simplot Partner retail stores, with three in Hawaii and the rest primarily ...

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Requirements rollback may make getting appraisers easier (access required)

The Appraiser Qualifications Board, the national organization that governs the Real Property Appraiser Qualification Criteria, is rolling back a requirement that appraisers must have four-year college degrees. Idaho real estate professionals hope that will make it easier to get timely ...

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