• Lynn Luker

    'I always tried to do things in the right order'
      The Eagle Scout, attorney, husband of 38 years, father of eight and grandfather of 16 sat down with BW to talk about his formative years, his concern with the health insurance exchange and his proposal to limit Idaho legislators to only one elected office.
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  • Nic and Big J

    Morning drive, hitting all the green lights and being eternally tired
      “I found a job that I love and a place that respects what I do. I’m here as long as they’ll have me.” “Do you need some Chapstick for your lips after kissing so much ass?”
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  • Dan Hollar and Nancy Landon

    "These are not scare tactics."
      Boise school administrators talk about new fiscal restraints and a pending levy vote on Tuesday, August 30.
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  • Howard Berger

    One foot in Idaho, another in Israel
      "Most Jews don't come to Idaho to see their jewishness flourish."
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  • Sara Arkle

    Boise's new Foothills and Open Spaces senior manager: 'I've got a lot of miles to cover'
      "I really hope I can do this community justice, do these reserves justice and build something that is lasting and positive and on top of the shoulders of the people who came before me."
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  • Jeff Tucker

    With Idaho in Session, Idaho Public Television's director of content brings the Legislature into focus
      "Almost everyone who has come to work here has no political experience at all or real understanding of how the system works, and then they get exposed to it and then it really changes the way they look at government."
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  • Holli Woodings

    The campaign ends; the cause continues
      "What we're seeing around the nation is that instead of people picking their politicians, some politicians think they can pick their voters. It's not right."
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  • Lee Majors

    The Six Million Dollar Citizen
      "Let me tell you, this has been a very pleasant shoot and I loved being in Boise."
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  • Elliot Werk

    False budget surpluses, rumors of running for City Council and 'pulverizing' his opponents
      "When you low-ball your revenue estimates, slash and burn education, disenfranchise people from medical care, and you end up with a little more revenue in the basket, that's not a surplus."
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  • Wayne Hoffman

    Idaho Freedom Foundation director talks taxes, journalism and his growing influence
      Is there anything worth increasing taxes over? No. Nothing.
  • Matt Bragg

      There's stuff about my family nobody needs to know. I mean, you could sit down with my mother, and you'll realize she's crazy, so I'm not dropping a dime on a bitch ...
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