Gov. Butch Otter gives his 2017 State of the State address in January.
Gov. Butch Otter gives his 2017 State of the State address in January. Darin Oswald Idaho Statesman file
Gov. Butch Otter gives his 2017 State of the State address in January. Darin Oswald Idaho Statesman file

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