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Telehealth bill is on its way to governor for signature

Legislation outlining acceptable telemedicine practices in Idaho is on its way to the governor’s desk. The Idaho Senate voted 31-3 to endorse the bill March 17. The proposal has already passed in the House. According to the bill, Idaho’s licensing ...

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Idaho House panel approves business sponsorships for state parks

A House panel has approved a proposal to let the Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation receive money from corporate sponsors. The sponsorships would generate an estimated $20,000 in the first year and up to $100,000 in future years. Parks ...

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Apartment building planned for Fifth and Idaho (access required)

A group of local partners plans to build an  84-bedroom apartment building on the northeast corner of Fifth and Idaho streets, an approximately $11 million project that would replace the vacant Gibson Funeral Home and a surface parking lot. Clay ...

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People make the modern downtown come alive (access required)

Skylines build civic pride. So do edgy architecture and a proliferation of public art. But without the people using the streets, the modern downtown Boise assembled over the past 30 years would have no vibrancy. That was precisely the case ...

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Medical transport company to spend $500,000 on call center expansion (access required)

A Denver-based company that dispatches medical transportation in 26 states is expanding its Treasure Valley operations and will triple its local workforce by the end of April. Access2Care, a business unit of American Medical Response, has had a Meridian office ...

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Online sales tax collection effort comes back (access required)

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Collecting sales tax on online purchases could get Idaho $1 million to $3 million in two years. And the state could get up to $50 million if Congress or the courts rewrite federal law to require out-of-state online and catalog ...

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Lawmakers OK bill banning use of eminent domain by cities

The Idaho House passed a bill March 16 that would take away the government’s power to force Idaho residents to sell their land for trails and greenways. The House voted 54-15 to pass the bill and then sent it to ...

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Chefs plan to purchase Reel Food Fish Shop (access required)

The Seattle-based owner of Reel Foods Fish Shop in Boise is negotiating with a pair of chefs who plan to buy the small fish market and oyster bar and start offering catering and cooking classes there. Reel Foods is the ...

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Payette plans brewery near downtown Boise (access required)

Payette Brewing is going to turn a Boise gymnastics facility into a new brewery that will significantly increase its brewing capacity and add a new tap room. The 31,676-square-foot facility, at the corner of River and Pioneer streets near the ...

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