Idaho voters deciding today on the fate of nearly 50 bond/levy elections, the CBO slams Ryancare, Girl Guides won't be coming to the U.S., a serial armed robber strikes again, miners walk out at northern Idaho's Lucky Friday Mine and are teens replacing drugs with smartphones?
In the 6-3 decision, with Chief Justice John Roberts writing the majority opinion, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that President Barack Obama's signature health care law may indeed continue providing those tax subsidies to all qualified Americans, whether they are on a state-run exchange or federally-managed exchange. The court's three most conservative members—Justices Samuel Alito, Antonin Scalia and Clarence Thomas—dissented.
About 79 percent of the early sign-ups will receive financial assistance, just a bit less than what the Congressional Budget Office estimated (86 percent). That ranges from an implausible low of 9 percent in Washington D.C., to 100 percent in Oregon.
Zane Fields was convicted and sentenced to death in July 1990 after prosecutors said he fatally stabbed a woman in the neck while stealing $50 from the Wishing Well Gift Shop in Boise in February 1988.
"Now it is time for the City of Boise, CCDC, and GBAD to do the same in keeping with our commitment to preserve and enhance the quality of life Boisean’s cherish as we grow and seek new economic development opportunities."