Corey Cook, dean of Boise State’s School of Public Service, with visitors at the official launch of the Idaho Policy Institute on Oct. 4 at the Eighth & Main building Downtown.
Corey Cook, dean of Boise State’s School of Public Service, with visitors at the official launch of the Idaho Policy Institute on Oct. 4 at the Eighth & Main building Downtown. Allison Corona Boise State University
Corey Cook, dean of Boise State’s School of Public Service, with visitors at the official launch of the Idaho Policy Institute on Oct. 4 at the Eighth & Main building Downtown. Allison Corona Boise State University

New institute at Boise State promises objective policy research, polling and analysis

December 02, 2016 06:16 PM

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