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  • Zoo Boise Wants To Revise Admission Fees

    According to a memo to the Boise City Council From Zoo Boise Superintendent Steve Burns, "Zoo Boise was well within the tolerance for increasing admission," according to a pricing study performed in the fall of 2012.
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  • Anne Frank Tree Sapling to Grow Roots in Boise

    "The participating organizations expressed a strong understanding of and a desire to combat the horrible consequences of intolerance, racism, hatred and discrimination that detroys countries, communities and innocents like Anne Frank."
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  • How TurboTax Fought Against Free, Simple Tax Filing

    Intuit has spent about $11.5 million on federal lobbying in the past five years — more than Apple or Amazon. Although the lobbying spans a range of issues, Intuit's disclosures pointedly note that the company "opposes IRS government tax preparation."
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  • When Harm In the Hospital Follows You Home

    It's estimated that more than a million people per year suffer infections, medical mistakes and other harm in the hospital. But even if patients are lucky enough to physically recover, their lives may never be the same.
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    All of our roaming reporters have returned home, and we're cranking it up a couple of notches for Boise's own Treefort Music Fest.

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