SAN FRANCISCO — Idaho lawmakers adjourned this week after a session dominated by budget woes, while giving voters the chance to restore the ability of government-owned airports and hospitals to issue revenue bonds without a ­referendum.

The economy has taken a hammer to the state’s general fund, which is expected to bring in less than $2.4 billion in revenue for fiscal 2011, after collecting more than $2.9 billion as recently as fiscal 2008.

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