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Idaho Supreme Court OKs delaying water battle arguments

The Idaho Supreme Court will postpone arguments surrounding a key water battle to allow parties on both sides of the case to discuss a possible settlement. Justices agreed on June 15 to reset the parties’ arguments sometime after July. The ...

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Idaho lawmakers search for ways to reduce prison population

Some Idaho lawmakers are taking a second look at recommendations to reclassify some felonies as misdemeanors as the prison population grows. The Criminal Justice Reinvestment Oversight Committee heard from state prison and probation officials and experts with the Council of ...

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Construction Leads 6.8 (access required)

Construction Leads Boise Caldwell Coeur d’Alene Eagle Garden City Kuna  -Entire month 6.29 Meridian Nampa

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Leads for the Week of 6.8 (access required)

Business Leads (Includes new business listings, State tax liens / releases, Federal tax liens / releases) Construction Leads (Includes building permits from across the state) Ada & Canyon Court Records (Includes civil court filings, judgments, claims of lien, release of liens, marriages, ...

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Builder optimism fades in June

U.S. homebuilders lowered their confidence for sales prospects as lumber prices rise amid the threat of potentially costly tariffs. The National Association of Home Builders/Wells Fargo builder sentiment index released June 18 fell two points to 68 in June. That’s ...

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Construction costs keep rising as tariff anxiety festers (access required)

Construction costs climbed again in May, following price increases this spring driven by trade disputes over steel, aluminum and lumber. The cost of all goods used in construction increased 8.8 percent year-over-year in May. Among individual types of materials, some of ...

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In broad survey of law firms, partners resist change (access required)

While law firms have mostly recovered from the Great Recession, they now face new threats to which they are not adequately responding. That is the message from Altman Weil’s recently released 2018 Law Firms in Transition survey, an annual gauge ...

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