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Refugees find success in Idaho, as well as suspicion


some 19,000 refugees from nearly 50 countries have started new lives in Idaho, out of 3.2 million refugees nationwide. The U.S. accepts about 70,000 refugees annually. That’s only half a percent of the estimated 14 million refugees in need of homes ...


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Lawyers and tax consultants who represent the owners of the District's hotels, apartments and office buildings say the problem is not the board but flawed assessments that do not accurately reflect the battered commercial market, in addition to a government office stripped of experienced employees after a tax-refund scandal. "If you got it right to start with, you wouldn't have so many reductions," said Michael Allen, a principal with Ryan, a tax consulting firm, who regularly represents clients before the board. CONTINUED     1    document.write('2')2    document.write('Next')Next >

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