BOISE – The Idaho Attorney General has reached a settlement with Verizon Wireless and Sprint, after allegations that the companies imposed unauthorized charges on customer’s monthly cell phone bills. Attorney General Lawrence Wasden says that millions of dollars were charged and need to be refunded to consumers, who never agreed to the particular charges, a practice known as “mobile cramming”. Verizon is subject to pay $90 million dollars while Sprint will pay $68 million to cell phone consumers across the country.
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — The special session of the Legislature called to remedy the state’s noncompliance with federal child support rules isn’t the first time Idaho’s lawmakers have had to come back to Boise after adjourning. The special session […]
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — The head of Your Health Idaho says the state would lose $220 million in tax subsidies if President Barack Obama’s health care overhaul is repealed. Director Pat Kelly said Wednesday that nearly 90 percent of the 95,000 Idahoans […]
Bryan Zollinger serves as a representative in the Idaho State Legislature, serving District 33B in Idaho Falls. He is a native of Rexburg, Idaho and worked as an attorney prior to his legislative service. Zollinger […]