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    Idaho, despite the state Legislature’s roster, is a diverse state, with more than 20 percent registered as Hispanic or non-white.
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    Despite the grimness peddled by some lobbyists, legislators, professional pundits and flacks, life-changing successes occur all the time throughout our education system—and they frequently do occur in spite of the work of those lobbyists, legislators, pundits and flacks.

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