Please see SNAKE, Page A2 Scientists reviverfrozenr rat’s heart The Ai»oclat»d Press WASHINGTON — By excluding him from the presidential debates, Ross Perot said Sunday that Bob Dole has "poisoned the attitude” of millions of independent voters, a group Republicans desperately need to win the W^ic House and keep control of Congress.
But analysts also said that the absence of the Texas independent from the nro debates would give Dole a chance to make up his double-digit defidt in the polls by going head-to-hcad with President CUnton.
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"We hm-c developed a set of 10 princi- ples to guide Mcdi^d reform - 10 prin- ciples that ensure our ^ledicaid ptug t um is used appropriately and cost-t the elderly.
It’s a rapidly growing program - more people are eligftic for :dd, and the gov- ernment is shell tng out more in bend Eus - prompting the Idaho Depanment el Health and Welfare to review the pn- gram.
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Page A5 Section by section Section A Section C Weather. _ ^ ^ atphta BK)(U|^KFI»K)d9la^ Classified —motof home In two-days-by uslng The limes-News Classifieds. 1 -b' - Twin Falla Canal Caetn^oyees Jay Barh^iett, and Cay Sc t te c B inspect IB OBtfetdanpe Head- Ing from RMe Resemrir, east of Idaho F^Ds. By wn Sam Brock f lu MS fi ees writer BURLEY - Everyooe agrees the Sooke River flowed higher this year than at aay dmc in the past dirnifc, but not cverytjoe can agree whether the big water was a good thing.
"It couldn’t have gone mudh higher hosted by the U. "High flows do some good, but if you’re a prop- erty owner, it gets you worried." Cozakos and his neighbors sweated through two bigh-waicr episodes, one in late March and the other in early June.
As far as Idaho Depanmeai of Fish arid hi gh flows bdow Palisades Dam arc go^ news for the area's &mous axtunwood forest and cutthroat trout Cdury.
Whitewater boaters from around the co unt r y gav e thumbs-op to the ing water as they paddled famous rapids betwe e n Munaugh and Twin Falls.
Changes to the state- and federally- funded program may also be only a heanbeae away.
Raymond chairs an advisory council that is gathering comment on Medicaid reforms.
Non-niusing • are- Please see MEDICAID, Page A2 Snake rattled and rolled High water of ’96 was flood to some^ benefit to others * Braves clinch: Sund^ 8-2 victo* over Montreal sent Atlanta into the baseball p Ia;yoffs for a National Lea^e record fifth straight year.