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Nampa woman wins Max Dalton Open Government Award

BOISE — A Nampa woman who pressured the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare to release information about the state’s Medicaid mental health care program has been named the recipient of the 2015 Max Dalton Open Government Award sponsored by the Idaho Newspaper Foundation.

  DUI report

The following people were sentenced the week of April 13 in 3rd District Court for misdemeanor driving under the influence:

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Idaho veterans face long waits for specialty medical care

Patients seeking care at the Veterans Affairs hospital in Boise continued to experience some of the longest waits for care in the entire VA system, even after Congress appropriated billions of dollars to help fix chronic delays, according to government data reviewed by The Associated Press.

Nampa woman wins Max Dalton Open Government Award

BOISE — A Nampa woman who pressured the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare to release information about the state's Medicaid mental health care program has been named the recipient of the 2015 Max Dalton Open Government Award sponsored by the Idaho Newspaper Foundation.

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