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Judge: Idaho must allow gender changes on birth certificates

A federal judge says Idaho can’t bar transgender people from changing the sex listed on their birth certificates. In a ruling issued March 5, U.S. Magistrate Judge Candy Dale said the rules by the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare ...

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Attorney disbarred over his work in Montana, Idaho (access required)

A Colorado attorney is agreeing to have his Wisconsin license revoked for conduct that got him disbarred in his home state. Philip Kleinsmith had been admitted to practice law in Colorado since 1967 but a hearing board in December 2016 ...

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‘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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Idaho Business Review launches awards program for experienced execs

The business world is full of successful leaders who deserve to be recognized for their accomplishments. For years, the Idaho Business Review has honored women leaders, those who are at the top of their profession in law and finance, CEOs, ...

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Idaho companies can vie for $65 million in New Markets Tax Credits (access required)

A new $65 million allotment of New Markets Tax Credits from the U.S. Treasury is available for Idaho businesses seeking to build and create jobs in low-income communities. The Missoula, Montana,-based Montana & Idaho Community Development Corp. secured the tax ...

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A word with Amy Little of the Idaho Nonprofit Center (access required)

Amy Little is the president and CEO of the Idaho Nonprofit Center, the association that represents about 10 percent of Idaho’s about 6,500 charitable nonprofit organizations. Little previously taught secondary school, and later started her own nonprofit and worked as ...

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Idaho bill seeks to deter domestic abusers from owning guns

Idaho would become the latest state to prevent convicted domestic abusers from owning guns under a proposal headed to the House floor. The House Judiciary, Rules and Administration Committee, a Republican-dominant panel, on March 1 spent several hours debating the ...

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Idaho auctions federal timber in deal with Forest Service

Idaho officials have auctioned timber on federal land as part of an agreement with the U.S. Forest Service intended to increase logging and reduce the severity of wildfires. The Jasper II West timber sale on the Idaho Panhandle National Forests ...

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