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Idaho to require coverage for autism treatment

Idaho is joining a long list of states to require health insurers provide coverage for the treatment of autism, Department of Insurance Director Dean Cameron announced April 2. “Due to currently inconsistent coverage of treatments for autism spectrum disorder by ...

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A word with Scott Flynn of indieDwell (access required)

Scott Flynn is a longtime Treasure Valley homebuilder whose company, indieDwell, creates affordable housing to meet a critical need in Idaho. Flynn got his start as a builder before returning to school to study chemical engineering. He worked briefly for ...

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Idaho AG supports religious protections for health workers

Idaho Attorney General Lawrence Wasden has signed a letter supporting President Donald Trump’s effort to protect the rights of health workers who object to participating in abortions and other procedures. Wasden, a Republican, joined 16 other attorneys general in a ...

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Mining exec: ‘bad actor’ label is bid to delay Montana mines

The head of an Idaho mining company said March 30 that Montana officials appeared to be seeking to delay two mines proposed for a remote wilderness area by designating him a “bad actor” because of past pollution at other sites. ...

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Plan to block new gold mining near Yellowstone moves forward

U.S. government officials are moving forward with a plan to block new gold mining claims in the mountains north of Yellowstone National Park with the release March 29 of a draft analysis of the proposal’s effects on the environment. The ...

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Treasure Valley home prices leave average-wage homebuyers in the dust (access required)

Median home prices in Ada and Canyon counties – near $300,000 and $200,000, respectively – are not affordable for average wage earners, according to a new home affordability study. ATTOM Data Solutions, an Irvine, California property database company, determined that no county ...

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Ketchum Innovation Center pivots to resources (access required)

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In an attempt to develop a year-round economy in the Wood River Valley area that isn’t dependent on tourism, the Ketchum Innovation Center is pivoting to a new role as an information resource for entrepreneurs. The nonprofit organization, founded in ...

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With high-end recreational ranches, no signs of a bubble

While the regular residential market – the one for three-bedroom houses with yards – is red-hot right now, things are moving at a more measured pace for buyers and sellers of multi-million-dollar ranches with cattle, mountain views and rivers. Western ...

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