• Battle at the Ballot Box

    How partisan politics rocked a northern Idaho school board race
      "[Voters in the district] saw the handwriting on the wall and said, 'Hey look, we better get moving, we better turn out, we better make sure everybody knows what's at stake here.'"
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  • New Panama Papers Disclosures Reveal More Idaho Connections

    Profiling a pair of Gem State entries in the biggest data leak in history
      Beyond the big name disclosures are also tens of thousands of regular people whose investments or trusts were knowingly or unknowingly being held by firms that sometimes did business with suspected drug dealers, gun runners and terrorists.
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