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'Go straight to hell,' Idaho senator tells apparent critic at county fair 0:44

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    Cameron Arial, who serves on the state investment advisory board, is pressing officials to look at how much it costs Idaho to borrow $500 million a year and why it needs so much.

Cameron Arial, who serves on the state investment advisory board, is pressing officials to look at how much it costs Idaho to borrow $500 million a year and why it needs so much. Bill Dentzer Idaho Statesman
Cameron Arial, who serves on the state investment advisory board, is pressing officials to look at how much it costs Idaho to borrow $500 million a year and why it needs so much. Bill Dentzer Idaho Statesman

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