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Marijuana-derived oil could be legal in Idaho, if House member’s bill successful

New story from idahostatesman.com regarding legalization of CBD derived products. These are not psychoactive, yet highly medicinal for many conditions. After a 2 1/2-hour hearing with passionate testimony on both sides, the Idaho House Health & Welfare Committee voted unanimously Friday in favor of HB 577, Rep. Dorothy Moon’s bill …

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Solar-powered pavement markings in Pocatello, ITD experiments

Today I came across this story from eastidahonews.com that details an interesting: The following is a news release from the Idaho Transportation Department. POCATELLO — The unusual amount of sunshine this winter has allowed the Idaho Transportation Department to experiment with a few alternatives to typical highway work. The most …

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5 Warning Signs of Magnesium Deficiency

1. Ringing in the Ears or Hearing Loss Tinnitus, or a constant, high-pitched ringing in the ears is common symptom of magnesium deficiency, as is hearing loss. 2. Muscle Cramps or Tremors Magnesium is crucial to optimim muscle function. 3. Depression The link between low magnesium levels and depression was …

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Avoid being a regular “customer” for the medical profession-Beat cancer naturally!

Illnesses do not come upon us out of the blue. They are developed from small daily sins against Nature. When enough sins have accumulated, illnesses will suddenly appear. Hippocrates Cancer has been successfully treated with enzymes for many decades. Enzyme therapy is not new. In fact, it dates back to …

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Homeowners Cash In On Idaho Solar Net Metering Program

Early adopters always get the greatest benefits of solar powering their homes. As state utility companies change their rules, existing solar customers are “grand-fathered” with their existing solar credit program, while brand new solar customers receive a new Net Energy Metering program (usually less beneficial to customer). Idaho Power serves …

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Idaho Power Seeks Changes for Solar Customer Compensation

Traditional state utility companies are scrambling to address rising Infrastructure and maintenance costs. Its an old system and cannot even compete with the simplicity, effectiveness and lower costs of distributed energy systems (solar, wind…etc). By KIMBERLEE KRUESI, Associated Press BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Idaho Power said Thursday it wants permission …

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IV vitamin C therapy: A Cancer Perspective

Like most good things, simplicity is usually the best common denominator of the solution. There is so much solid research on Vitamin C, it is quite astounding that it is not the cornerstone of any effective disease therapy in the West. The good news is that patients can still take …

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Solar Battery Storage: Sonnen cuts battery system cost by 40%-A new era in home solar

These Batteries are ushering in a new era for home energy storage-as these batteries become cost-effective to homeowners, they will start integrating them into their home solar systems, and become less dependent on the current monopoly-based dirty energy. German battery maker Sonnen has introduced a compact battery designed for residential use …

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California’s Last Nuclear Power Plant: PG&E to Close Diablo Canyon,

One of California’s largest energy utilities took a bold step in the 21st century electricity revolution with an agreement to close its last operating nuclear plant and develop more solar, wind and other clean power technologies. The decision announced Tuesday by Pacific Gas & Electric Co. to close its beleaguered Diablo Canyon nuclear plant within the …

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SMART Path Project to get Underway: Feds Approved

The Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit agency has secured federal environmental clearance for 36 miles of a bicycle and pedestrian path to be built along the tracks where commuter trains are set to begin running later this year, a decision rail officials trumpet as a breakthrough in the long-stalled pathway project. …

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Sonoma Clean Power: PG&E Exit Fees-What’s Ahead?

What’s in Store for Community Choice and Sonoma Clean Power? PG&E wants to double exit charge on customers who opt for Community Choice. Fee increases would also apply to Sonoma Clean Power and Marin Clean Energy. Today, PUC president Michael Picker presides over a commission poised to eiNearly 90 percent …

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Solar Power Bright future After Recent PUC ruling

 This is good news for solar and a step in the right direction. However, we are still going to see some changes to the current Net Energy Metering agreement, changes soon to be announced. Daily News Reported: Rooftop solar-power panels have bloomed across houses and businesses over the last decade to …

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2013-Idaho Power Gets 15% Rate Hike

About 70% of all water in the West comes from snowpack and this year’s low levels are already putting a crimp on everything from fish to power generators. To make up for the shortfall caused by these factors, Idaho Power Company’s residential customers will be assessed a one-year surcharge of …

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