Evening Report – Fri., Jun 7, 2019 – Moscow Transportation / Pullman Critical Areas
- Moscow Transportation Commission Chair Michael Kyte Gives Citizen Commission Report and Lists Priorities.
- Pullman Council Holds Public Hearing on Critical Areas Ordinance Update.
- WSU Athletic Dept. Debt Keeps Rising towards $100 Million by 2023.
- Social Media Blow Up Over Moscow Eatery Beer Ban Results in New Local Pro-Choice FB Page.
- Federal Judge Hears Arguments on Idaho’s Physician-Only Abortion Law.
- Spokane Police Won’t Let City Council Members See Video of Violent Police Behavior with Non-Disclosure Agreement Signatures.
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