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    "When we get the actual business to apply for it, they're doing the work of promoting cycling to their employees and we don't have to do it so much. And that's better for everyone."
      Criteria for the designation of a 'Bicycle Friendly Business' ranges from the tangible, like providing cash incentives for employees who commute by bike, to the more nebulous, such as hanging up fliers for local bicycle events
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  • Young and Restless
  • Young and Restless

    Legislators to Boise Young Professionals: keep your day jobs
      "It would probably be impossible for many of you to take three months off from your job, every single year, as well as all of the meetings and things we have in the interim.”
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  • C-SPAN Rolls Democracy Into Boise
  • C-SPAN Rolls Democracy Into Boise

    The people on the bus say vote, vote, vote
      “Students might not get it right now, but then that seed is planted for when they approach voting.”
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