Sandra Russell, 28, studies Monday at the Lucky Perk coffee shop on the corner of Eagle and Overland. Russell, who is studying business at Boise State, said she’ll keep paying for health insurance.
Sandra Russell, 28, studies Monday at the Lucky Perk coffee shop on the corner of Eagle and Overland. Russell, who is studying business at Boise State, said she’ll keep paying for health insurance. cbutler@idahostatesman.com
Sandra Russell, 28, studies Monday at the Lucky Perk coffee shop on the corner of Eagle and Overland. Russell, who is studying business at Boise State, said she’ll keep paying for health insurance. cbutler@idahostatesman.com

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February 12, 2013 12:00 AM

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