Capitol & State

July 9, 2014 3:49 PM

Idaho AGC's Hammon says prospects good for boosting road funding in 2015 (w/ video)

Idaho Associated General Contractors Executive Director Wayne Hammon says a new University of Idaho poll should help convince lawmakers to move to raise money for roads and bridges in 2015.

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Bill Dentzer covers state government and politics for the Idaho Statesman. He previously covered state and local government in New York as a reporter and columnist.

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