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    More than 300 people came to comment on Columbia and Snake river dam operations that a judge said needed to be fixed to save endangered Idaho salmon. Electric customers to wheat farmers and salmon anglers were there.

More than 300 people came to comment on Columbia and Snake river dam operations that a judge said needed to be fixed to save endangered Idaho salmon. Electric customers to wheat farmers and salmon anglers were there. Rocky Barker rbarker@idahostatesman.com
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Future of Idaho’s wild salmon can’t be sacrificed for any other interest

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