(POCATELLO, ID) – Lt. Gov. Brad Little was in Pocatello Monday for the 22nd annual economic symposium hosted by the Bannock Development Corporation. Little stressed the importance of Idaho State University and its role in training the up-and-coming workforce. He also noted that more large companies will continue to come to the Gate City as long as students are committed to graduating from college. Experts generally agree that Idaho is on the right track toward economic recovery, though it may take several years before the state sees any significant growth.
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