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Water rights weekly report for May 22. For much more news, links and detail, see the National Water Rights Digest. From U.S. Representative Scott Tipton, a perspective piece on water…

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This is a summary of a few items in the Idaho Weekly Briefing for May 22. Interested in subscribing? Send us a note at stapilus@ridenbaugh.com. Idaho Falls will be getting…

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Fictional dramas and thrillers employ conspiracies regularly – they’re a good device – but actual, significant, real and successful conspiracies are a rare thing. In American history, only a few…

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Despite the fact that the number of persons incarcerated in federal prisons is at a ten-year low, in February U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions rescinded a Justice Department policy of…

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One of the worst things too many politicians do is pander to their constituents, telling them what they want to hear, not what they should hear. It is endemic and…

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Water rights weekly report for May 15. For much more news, links and detail, see the National Water Rights Digest. Oklahoma state is facing a budget deficit. Should it sell…

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This is a summary of a few items in the Idaho Weekly Briefing for May 15. Interested in subscribing? Send us a note at stapilus@ridenbaugh.com. U.S. Representative Raul Labrador on…

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When it comes to water, you want not too little, and not too much. Lately, seems as if Idaho is getting stuck with one or the other. On Wednesday, Acting…

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The testimony given by former Acting U.S. Attorney General Sally Yates before the Senate Judiciary Committee permits the inference that President Trump knew, or should have known, that his National…

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This is a summary of a few items in the Idaho Weekly Briefing for May 8. Interested in subscribing? Send us a note at stapilus@ridenbaugh.com. On May 5, President Trump…

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Water rights weekly report for May 1. For much more news, links and detail, see the National Water Rights Digest. The National Park Service is putting its water shortage action…

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The political effect of Thursday’s U.S. House vote on health policy – Trumpcare, as we hear – may be enormous, even in Idaho. Both Idaho representatives, Raul Labrador and Mike…

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The first sign of trouble was not particularly dramatic, but it got my attention. Last November, when the Supreme Court was hearing cases in Twin Falls, I felt a pain…

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There is an emerging split among the normally unified resource industries of Idaho that so far has escaped wide public notice. It is, however, a matter that could have profound…

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Last week, a federal district judge blocked enforcement of President Trump’s executive order threatening to cut federal funding to “sanctuary cities,” those that do not help the federal government apprehend…

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My birthday falls on the usual date this year. It will, if I have my way, be roundly ignored since I long ago found personal health and activity level better…

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This is a summary of a few items in the Idaho Weekly Briefing for April 17. Interested in subscribing? Send us a note at stapilus@ridenbaugh.com. Closed sections of Boise River…

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Water rights weekly report for May 1. For much more news, links and detail, see the National Water Rights Digest. Fracking has not contaminated groundwater in northwestern West Virginia, but…

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Political question of the week in Boise seems to be: Will Raul Labrador run for governor? There’s been a lot of presumption, even as Labrador has held off declaring one…

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Last week Harry Huskey died. He was 101. A death largely unheralded in Idaho, but worthy of a half page obituary in the New York Times. In my mind, he…

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It appears that the rules of engagement in Syria and Iraq have been loosened in the last couple of months. That is, air and artillery strikes can be conducted with…

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Appearing on last Sunday’s morning news show hosted by the local NBC affiliate, Idaho’s junior senator showed himself yet again to be the most strident of partisans. James Risch, who…

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The New York Times has long had a motto: “All the News that’s Fit to Print.” In this time when increasingly the line between news and entertainment is obscured, supposed…

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