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Legally structuring your physical structures

Developers, contractors and owners spend countless hours planning and designing their buildings and developments. They hire the best designers and engineers they can find to assure the structural integrity of their buildings. They realize that each project is unique and ...

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Equipment, tech acquisition during economic uncertainty

Updated, efficient equipment is vital to the success of most businesses but acquiring equipment can be daunting even under the best of circumstances. Add to this a worldwide pandemic and economic uncertainty, and many business leaders find themselves in uncharted ...

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Creating certainty, security for Idaho’s grain producers

A few weeks ago, I released a comprehensive concept to resolve the salmon, energy and dam issues that have created tension in the Northwest for decades.  It is meant to provide security for all stakeholders, end lawsuits and give Idaho’s ...

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Rep. Russ Fulcher criticizes Biden immigration policy

The left decried President Trump’s “America First” immigration policies and charged Republicans with being inhumane for seeking to uphold the laws of our country. Now, it seems these “humanitarians” have disappeared as we watch the Biden Administration’s approach play out ...

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Litigation can’t revitalize our economy or salmon

The process of developing and rolling out a big idea like my Pacific Northwest economic revitalization and salmon recovery package is never easy or pretty. Messaging a comprehensive package that touches virtually every segment of Idaho’s economy, and in particular ...

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The Idaho Legislature’s unfounded fear of social justice

Opposition to “social justice” by the Idaho Legislature, while troubling, is not surprising. If you are in a majority, who has experienced power and advantage, it’s uncomfortable to admit you’ve been part of an unfair system. This may be why ...

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As U.S. debt rises, Washington, D.C. should look to Idaho

Despite falling COVID-19 case counts; Despite President Biden’s assurances of bipartisan cooperation; Despite $1,000,000,000,000.00 ($1 trillion) in unspent COVID-19 aid across the country from previous relief bills; Democrats have passed a $1,900,000,000,000.00 ($1.9 trillion) COVID-19 spending plan through Congress without ...

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A note from the editor

Everyone’s been talking this week about “Where were you a year ago when…” In the case of the Idaho Business Review, we were having what turned out to be our last in-person event, Women of the Year. Since then, our ...

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