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- Saturday, February 11, 2017
In a year of uncertainty — about the economy, about floods and fires, about how changes in DC will affect existing policy, lawmakers have two choices: Wait and see, or forge ahead and shape a new path. We sat down with six Idaho officials to see what their visions are for Idaho’s future. We asked […] Read more
- Friday, February 10, 2017
As we’ve said on Idaho Reports before, the most exciting part of the 2016 election season was speculating about the upcoming 2018 races. One rumor we’ve repeatedly heard: Will Senate President Pro Tem Brent Hill, R-Rexburg, run for lieutenant governor? In a Wednesday interview with Idaho Reports producer Seth Ogilvie, Hill gave us his answer. […] Read more
- Monday, January 30, 2017
By Nishant Mohan, Melissa Davlin and Seth Ogilvie, Idaho Reports The Idaho Supreme Court has delayed implementation of a new court records system in Idaho after hearing concerns from counties across the state. The delay comes in the wake of revenue shortfalls for the courts and unexpected costs for the two counties, Ada and Twin […] Read more
- Friday, January 27, 2017
By Melissa Davlin, Idaho Reports On Thursday, Idaho Reports released part one of a series on issues surrounding non-emergency medical services (NEMT) for Medicaid patients in Idaho. San Diego-based company Veyo provides NEMT services in Idaho through independent drivers and locally owned transportation companies. The story was the result of a public records request […] Read more
- Thursday, January 26, 2017
Note: This is part one of a series exploring non-emergency medical transport services for Medicaid patients in Idaho. By Melissa Davlin, Idaho Reports On a cold night in November, a state contracted service “could have led to the death of a special needs child,” according to documents obtained by Idaho Reports. After a medical appointment, […] Read more
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