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Idaho Death Penalty May be More Expensive than Life in Prison

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — A new report from Idaho's state auditors shows that sentencing a defendant to life in prison without parole is less expensive than imposing the death penalty. But the Office of Performance Evaluations also found that the state's criminal justice agencies don't collect enough data to determine the total cost of the death penalty

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St. Luke’s Asked to Pay Attorney Fees after Antitrust Lawsuit

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — The winners of a federal antitrust lawsuit against a Boise-area hospital and Idaho's largest independent physicians' practice have filed a motion to recover attorney fees. The Idaho Statesman reports that the Idaho attorney general, Saint Alphonsus Health System, and Treasure Valley Hospital are seeking more than $10 million

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Idaho Woman Hasn’t Filed Income Tax in More than a Decade

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — A southwestern Idaho woman authorities say hasn't filed an Idaho income tax return since 1995 has been ordered to file them for four of those missing years. The Idaho Statesman reports in a story on Tuesday that Geneva McInroy of Weiser has been ordered to file Idaho returns for 2008 through 2011

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Idaho Anthropologist Investigating Washington Mammoth Bone

CLARKSTON, Wash. (AP) — A construction crew uncovered what appears to be the bone of a Columbian mammoth at a site near Clarkston. KXLY reports  the bone was uncovered last week and University of Idaho anthropologist Lee Sappington visited the site Tuesday with grad students looking for larger bones or tusks

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Idaho Bill Would Stagger Food Stamp Distribution

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Lawmakers are hoping a new bill that passed the Senate Tuesday will allow Idaho to stagger when food stamp recipients receive money to buy groceries. McCammon Republican Sen. Jim Guthrie said spreading out the release of those funds over ten days could help offset "grocery store chaos" on the first of every month

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