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Collaboration is happening in Boise

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Last month, the Idaho Business Review published an opinion piece by my friend, Marc Johnson, about the Greater Boise Auditorium District. With the upcoming election for seats on the district board, and with a renewed focus on the potential use ...

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Hope springs eternal for an awful golfer

I am a terrible golfer. Like, embarrassingly bad. Last time I went golfing, I took a mighty swing that made great contact. The only problem was that the contact was with the ground about eight inches in front of the ...

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EPA proposes stormwater rule changes

On April 1, the Environmental Protection Agency published proposed revisions to its stormwater permitting rule for the Construction and Development Point Source Category (C&D rule). While most states are authorized to regulate the discharge of stormwater from construction sites, the ...

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Idaho’s employers have a stake in Medicaid expansion

Each year at renewal time, Idaho’s businesses face the ever-increasing costs of providing health insurance for their employees. However, many businesses fail to realize that a portion of each health insurance premium reflects the costs associated with health care provided ...

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Just try it out, CCDC

In the long-running conflict between the needs of pedestrians and the needs of drivers, the drivers in Boise have long seen things go their way. Boise’s multi-laned one-way streets, such as Front and Myrtle, were built to rush cars in ...

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What health care reform means for your business

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is a complicated piece of legislation that promises to radically change America’s health care system. Although many of the key provisions of the health care law don’t go into effect until 2014, employers ...

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Transmission line project will help meet energy demand

Housing starts are creeping up. Unemployment is slowly coming down. Large construction cranes are once again prominent on the Boise skyline. While the regional economy is still not completely out of the woods, there are clear signs of hope that ...

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