Crapo: Tax-cut bill ‘will ignite our economy’

Idaho Sen. Mike Crapo, shown in this April 2015 photo, was telling Idahoans in Nezperce and every other town about the growing numbers of the national defecit and interest. At the time Crapo was conducting a tour in which he held a town hall meeting in every incorporated city in the state. Lewiston Tribune

Anti-deficit activists Alan Simpson, the former GOP senator from Wyoming, and Erskine Bowles, the former chief of staff to President Bill Clinton, spoke out against the GOP tax plan when it was on the verge of a vote in the Senate last week, warning, “Real tax reform can provide a boost to the economy, but higher debt works in the opposite direction.”

Most county DMV offices closed due to tech issue

The Idaho Transportation Department announced today that it has closed driver’s licensing offices across the state today due to problems with the state’s Division of Motor Vehicle computer system. In this Aug. 15 file photo Daschley Southwick waits in line at the Bonneville County Division of Motor Vehicles to receive a new driver’s license. John Roark / jroark@postregister.com

The Idaho Transportation Department has closed driver’s licensing offices across the state today due to problems with the state’s Division of Motor Vehicle computer system.

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