KDN Transportation driver Jennifer Liddell, left, gathers Brianna Hayes and Patty Rabanal, behind, in summer 2016 to take them home from LIFE, a day facility for people with developmental disabilities. Transporting Medicaid recipients was a big part of KDN Transportation’s business before the state’s contract with Veyo, a switch that KDN co-owner Kleeta Newby said put her business on shaky ground.
KDN Transportation driver Jennifer Liddell, left, gathers Brianna Hayes and Patty Rabanal, behind, in summer 2016 to take them home from LIFE, a day facility for people with developmental disabilities. Transporting Medicaid recipients was a big part of KDN Transportation’s business before the state’s contract with Veyo, a switch that KDN co-owner Kleeta Newby said put her business on shaky ground. Katherine Jones Idaho Statesman file
KDN Transportation driver Jennifer Liddell, left, gathers Brianna Hayes and Patty Rabanal, behind, in summer 2016 to take them home from LIFE, a day facility for people with developmental disabilities. Transporting Medicaid recipients was a big part of KDN Transportation’s business before the state’s contract with Veyo, a switch that KDN co-owner Kleeta Newby said put her business on shaky ground. Katherine Jones Idaho Statesman file

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