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Report: Idaho health exchange is effective, thrifty (access required)

Your Health Idaho raised its enrollment by 8,000 individuals, transferred itself to a state-run technology platform and operated as one of the less expensive state-run exchanges from a small state in 2015. Your Health Idaho is the state’s alternative to ...

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New permanent tax breaks bring some stability to business planning (access required)

The job of the certified public accountant has been simplified with the passage of new federal legislation expanding 96 deductions and tax credits. Congress routinely extends many corporate and individual tax breaks, temporarily allowing the government to count only the ...

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Ketchum may build affordable housing across from the new Limelight Hotel (access required)

A 50-unit combined affordable housing and market rate apartment complex is being considered for the site across the street from the five-story, 111-room Limelight Hotel under construction now in downtown Ketchum. The Ketchum Urban Renewal Agency, managed by the city ...

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Idaho 2020: State should loosen urban renewal regulations (access required)

A report commissioned by the new policy group Idaho 2020 concluded Idaho is trailing far behind state competitors in the areas of business tax climate and several local development tools. The study was conducted by the conservative think tank the ...

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Twin Falls introduces online building permit applications

Developers can now apply online for mechanical, electrical and plumbing permits for residential and commercial projects in Twin Falls. Twin Falls launched the online permit application process Jan. 26 with its City Works PLL Portal. In coming weeks, the city ...

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