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Jim Risch earned his reputation as a popular “no-nonsense, get the job done leader” as Idaho’s Governor where he cut property taxes by 20%, bringing property tax relief to Idaho taxpayer. His foresight also provided $100 million in a rainy day fund for public schools that was desperately needed during the economic downturn.
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