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Lawmakers Say Endangered Species Act Needs Revamp

BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — Republicans in Congress say a 40-year-old law meant to protect animals and plants from extinction has become bogged down by litigation and needs to be updated.

A group of 13 GOP lawmakers released a report Tuesday detailing their proposed changes to the Endangered Species Act, one of the nation's cornerstone environmental laws

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Idaho Education Board Votes to Fight Guns on College Campus

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — The Idaho State Board of Education voted unanimously to fight a bill aiming to allow guns on college campuses. Yesterday's vote came as trustees voiced concerns that, among other things, the measure could create confusion in the event of a shooting, if more than one person drew a weapon

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Former Minidoka County Sheriff Begins Jail Time

TWIN FALLS, Idaho (AP) — The former Minidoka County sheriff, who pleaded guilty to misuse of public funds, has reported to jail to serve his 90-day sentence. The Times-News reports 47-year-old Kevin Halverson surrendered at the Mini-Cassia Criminal Justice Center on Saturday night, but was soon moved to another jail

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Idaho Miners Get Expanded Medical Help after Asbestos Exposure

LIBBY, Mont. (AP) — A pilot program that provides medical and other services to victims of asbestos exposure has been expanded to include 18 additional counties in Montana, Idaho and Washington. The program offers home assistance, mileage reimbursements for medical travel and other benefits to people with asbestos-related diseases that have been linked to a closed W

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