One of the issues the Legislature has to address before it adjourns as early as this week: What to do get more money for state highways, especially Interstate 84 in Canyon County.
One of the issues the Legislature has to address before it adjourns as early as this week: What to do get more money for state highways, especially Interstate 84 in Canyon County. Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com
One of the issues the Legislature has to address before it adjourns as early as this week: What to do get more money for state highways, especially Interstate 84 in Canyon County. Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com

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