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  • Capitol Abuzz with Ideas

    "Family values" takes on new meaning
      Legislators' true colors were out on full parade at the Statehouse last week. The challenge for onlookers was to distinguish the senseless from the sane.
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  • Poisons and people

    MLK Day draws a diverse crowd to the Statehouse steps
      A simple can of flower and garden bug spray is required to carry the label, "WARNING: AVOID CONTACT WITH EYES, SKIN OR CLOTHING. AVOID BREATHING DUST OR SPRAY MIST." But Idaho farmworkers claim they don't always get even that much information about field-strength pesticides, and workers are getting sick as a result.
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  • Parks over schools

    Dems: Gov. falls short on education
      Governor Kempthorne had an opportunity in his final State of the State address on Monday to leave a well-funded education system as his legacy. But he chose a different legacy, proposing to spend $33 million on the state park system.
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  • Is God Green?
  • Is God Green?

    Strange bedfellows take up the fight to save all things bright and beautiful
      Local evangelical Christians want you to recycle. They'll be in seventh heaven if you walk more and drive less, volunteer to clean up rivers, highways and forest trails, plant more trees, and leave the ATVs and snowmobiles back at the house.
      Now, hang a left for another message: The conservation community also wants you to recycle, walk more and drive less, clean up rivers and forests, plant more trees and leave the noisy dirty engines at home.
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  • Think They're All Morons? Join The Party

    The United Party lifts off
      With guidance from legendary Idaho politico Perry Swisher, Boise Weekly founder Andy Hedden-Nicely has founded a new political party called the United Party.
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