Tax cuts sweep House; broader policy moves swept under rug

If Idaho wants to boost its economy, there’s a way to do it — and get the federal government to pay. Insure 78,000 citizens who have little access to health insurance or health care, just as the state welcomes investment in its military bases or energy research. “There’s no difference in color between that (dollar) and a transportation dollar, or a Mountain Home Air Force Base dollar, or an Idaho National Lab dollar,” says a prominent Republican.