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USDA says states can’t block hemp transports

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The U.S. Department of Agriculture says states can’t block the interstate transportation of hemp, but law enforcement in Idaho says it won’t follow those guidelines. Hemp doesn’t get a person high, but it still contains trace amounts of the chemical ...

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CBH built momentum in 2018 (access required)

Meridian’s CBH Homes is making a significant impression on a list of top U.S. home builders. Builder Magazine, which tracks the industry, ranked CBH as the 37th largest home builder in the United States in 2018, up 16 spots from ...

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Experts Forum Report – Opportunity Zones

Introduction A provision of the jobs and tax cut act passed in December 2017, Opportunity Zones offer governors the chance to designate low-income census tracts for a federal tax incentive, and hopefully, boost development as a result. Under the rule, ...

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Idaho, Oregon senators seek to help with rural timber losses

U.S. senators from Idaho and Oregon on Thursday touted legislation they introduced to create an endowment to replace revenue lost by rural counties due to declines in timber cutting on federal lands. Republicans Jim Risch and Mike Crapo of Idaho ...

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Roundup 5.31.19 (access required)

Quest Diagnostics Laboratories, Inc. leased 1,878 square feet of office space at 215 & 0 E. Hawaii Ave. Suite B-100, in Nampa. Scott Feighner and Lew Manglos of Colliers International facilitated the transaction. RuleTek, Inc. extended its lease of 10,282 square feet ...

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Investment group plans redevelopment of Idaho mall (access required)

NAMPA, Idaho (AP) — A California-based investment group is planning to spend more than $30 million to redevelop an Idaho mall, adding multifamily housing and a hotel to the site. Idaho Press reported Thursday that Rhino Investments purchased Karcher Mall ...

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Tariffs have varying fallout in trade-heavy Washington state

SEATTLE (AP) — Workers at a $1.7 billion polysilicon plant in central Washington believe President Donald Trump’s trade war with China may be their best chance for staying employed. Unable to compete with Chinese factories aided by government subsidies and ...

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Real estate title firm’s lapse exposes data in 885M files

SANTA ANA, Calif. (AP) — A security lapse at a major real estate title company exposed the bank account numbers and other sensitive information contained in 885 million files. First American Financial confirmed the problem Friday after it was reported ...

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Boise coffee scene perks up livability ranking (access required)

Boise is one of the best places in the U.S. to wake up to a cup of Joe, according to Livability.com. The website recently released a list of 10 Unexpectedly Awesome Coffee Cities, and Boise made the cut, coming in at ...

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National survey shows law firm financials solid in 2018

An annual survey of law firms with 50 or more lawyers shows that more firms improved their financial performance last year and are looking to the future with more optimism than previous editions of the survey suggested. The 2019 Law ...

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