Commerce Director Jeff Sayer says Idaho needs to look not simply at cutting taxes but how to best fashion a system that attracts the public and private capital to lure talented workers and new businesses and pay for the roads, schools and infrastructure a healthy economy needs.
Commerce Director Jeff Sayer says Idaho needs to look not simply at cutting taxes but how to best fashion a system that attracts the public and private capital to lure talented workers and new businesses and pay for the roads, schools and infrastructure a healthy economy needs. Statesman staff
Commerce Director Jeff Sayer says Idaho needs to look not simply at cutting taxes but how to best fashion a system that attracts the public and private capital to lure talented workers and new businesses and pay for the roads, schools and infrastructure a healthy economy needs. Statesman staff

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October 31, 2015 12:24 AM

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