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Idaho wants mining investors to know it's open for business

When the global financial crisis hit several years ago, the state of Idaho had to cut back. With its annual operating budget shrinking from US$3.2 billion in 2007 to $2.2 billion in 2010, Governor CL ‘Butch’ Otter said the state divided its spending plans into nice and necessary, focusing on the necessary while quitting the nice.

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Long-serving Idaho governor, Butch Otter: "You'll find a soft landing in Idaho"

The necessary included making sure that capital found a predictable and secure jurisdiction and the bureaucracy found ways to say yes, and it's a legacy the longest-serving incumbent US governor...