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Developing an Abundant Idaho Resource: Geothermal Energy

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Written by U.S. Rep. Raúl Labrador

Idaho is rich in geothermal energy, a clean and reliable source with great long-term potential. The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) estimates that the energy content of America’s geothermal resource is equivalent to a staggering 30,000-year supply.

Of course all the natural heat under Earth’s surface can’t be reached, but DOE says geothermal has the potential to power to up to 100 million American homes.

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Sustaining logging, strengthening families, boosting rural Idaho

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Written by U.S. Rep. Raúl Labrador

One of the best things about my job is helping Idahoans solve problems by turning their good ideas into law. The first week in November, the House passed a bill to enact a really good idea brought to me by a pair of third-generation Idaho loggers.

I met Tim Christopherson of Kamiah and Mark Mahon of Council in 2014.

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Ken Andrus: Transfer of federal land to state control

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Presently in Idaho there is great concern and public demonstration against federal lands coming under state control. The objections are reasonable. Let’s discuss the issue.

In 2015 Boise State University conducted a state survey in which 56.3 percent of Idahoans favored state management over federal management if it didn’t cost taxpayer dollars.

The objections I continually encountered while in the Legislature and from people across the state were basically these: 1- It would cost Idaho too much to fight a major fire.

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Letter to the Editor: National Monuments Are Bad For Forest Health

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To the Editor:

I am writing in response to “Yosemite Audubon Society Supports Sierra National Monument.” This is the area between Yosemite and Sequoia-Kings Canyon where there are already many Wilderness Areas along with monuments. A Monument is absolutely the wrong thing to do. Here are some reasons why:

Years of mismanagement have made our forests overgrown, unsustainable and unhealthy. Because of the drought and the bark beetle, our forests have become tinder boxes ready to explode.

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The Closing of the American Mind

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There are dangerous signs that the U.S. is turning its back on the principles of a free and open society that fostered the nation’s rise.

The following op-ed was written by Charles Koch and was originally published here.


I was born in the midst of the Great Depression, when no one could imagine the revolutionary technological advances that we now take for granted. Innovations in countless fields have transformed society and radically improved individual well-being, especially for the least fortunate.

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