Yearly Archives: 2021

Evening Report – Thu., May 6, 2021 – Legislature 6 Days Off

  • Idaho Legislature Takes 6 Day Break.
  • Even-Numbered City Elections Bill Resurrected.
  • Bill Preventing Medical Marijuana Initiative Signature Gathering at Out-Of-State Pot Stores Passes Idaho Senate.
  • Gov. Inslee Issues Guidelines for Having Vaccinated Sections at Outdoor Venues & Churches.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Wed., May 5, 2021 – Last Minute Bills

  • New Last-Minute Bill Prohibiting Marijuana Ads Passes Idaho Senate.
  • Associated Press: Rep. Heather Scott Sought Information on Prosecuting Intern Jane Doe for Falsely Reporting a Rape.
  • Senate Passes 3 New Bills Targeting Governor’s Emergency Powers.
  • Senate Passes Big Property Tax Bill Just Introduced this Week.
  • Inslee: All Counties to Stay in Current Reopening Phase for 2 Weeks.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Tue., May 4, 2021 – Canestoga Cost Sharing

  • Moscow Council Asks Staff to Draft Agreement with BBC, LLC to share costs of $23.7 Million Road and Bridge Project of Mutual Benefit.
  • Moscow Council Remands Nazarene Church Property Steeple Cell Tower Decision to Board of Adjustment.
  • Gov. Jay Inslee Signs Senator Schoesler’s Bill Granting Temporary Property Tax Relief to Property Owners whose Homes Burned in Babb Fire in Malden and Pine City.
  • Idaho Senate Committee Approves Massive Property Tax Relief Bill.
  • Idaho Senate Passes Higher Ed Budget.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Mon., May 3, 2021 – City Elections, Federal Nullification Bills Killed

  • Senate Committee Kills Federal Nullification Bill.
  • Idaho Senate Sends City Even-Year Election Bill to Committee, Likely Killing it for the Year.
  • Legislative Action on Income Taxes, Property Taxes.
  • Hostile Group Followed Alleged Legislative Rape Survivor Who Testified Anonymously Last week.
  • Republic Covid Outbreak Kills One Person So Far.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Fri., Apr 30, 2021 – House Bill 377 Senate Debate

  • Monday’s Idaho Senate Debate on House Bill 377 on “Indoctrination,” which Gov. Little Signed Wednesday.
  • Moscow Committee Considers Public Art Policy Update.
  • Scaled Down Pandemic Renaissance Fair Slated for Tomorrow.
  • Former State & Federal Employees Write Gov. Little Opposing Wolf Killing Bill.
  • more

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Evening Report – Thu., Apr 29, 2021 – Von Ehlinger Resigns

  • Rep. Aaron Von Ehlinger of Lewiston Resigns after Ethics Committee Votes Unanimously to Remove Him From House for Conduct Unbecoming of a State Legislature.
  • Governor Brad Little Signs House Bill 377, Born of Fear of Social Justice “Indoctrination.”
  • Spokane County Likely to Move Back to Phase 2 Next Week.
  • Moscow Planning & Zoning Commission Approves Subdivision Near Mountain View Despite Citizen Opposition.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Wed., Apr 28, 2021 – Von Ehlinger Ethics Hearing

  • 19-Year Old Alleged Rape Survivor “Jane Doe” Testifies behind Curtain against Rep. Aaron Von Ehlinger of Lewiston.
  • Idaho Gov. Brad Little Signs Fetal Heartbeat Abortion Bill.
  • WSU Will Require Vaccinations by Fall Semester.
  • Pullman Council Denies Annexation Request.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Tue., Apr 27, 2021 – Ed Budgets Pass / ID House Kills $40 Million in Federal Covid Testing Aid

  • J-FAC Sets K-12 & Higher Ed Budgets for a Second Time with $2.5 Million Punishment to Universities for Social Justice “Indoctrination.”
  • Idaho House Kills $40 Million in Federal American Rescue Plan Money for Covid Testing of K-12 Students.
  • Washington Governor Jay Inslee Signs Dozens of Bills, Including Cap and Trade.
  • Moscow Committee Approves Plan to Share Construction Costs with Developer Rich Bebee on Canastoga Drive Extension and Bridge.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Mon., Apr 26, 2021 – Social Justice Indoctrination Bill Passes

  • Social Justice Indoctrination Bill Passes Idaho Senate; Heads to Governor’s Desk.
  • Mask Ordinance Pre-emption Bill Likely Dead.
  • Washington Legislature Adjourns for Year after Passing $59.2 Billion Budget.
  • Superspreader Events in Ferry County.
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Evening Report – Fri., Apr 23, 2021 – Student Indoctrination / Covid in NCI Health District / Bettge on Legislature’s Impact on City

  • Student Social Justice “Indoctrination” Bill Debated in Legislature.
  • North Central Idaho Health District director Carol Moehrle Gives Covid Update.
  • Moscow City Council Member Art Bettge on Idaho Legislature’s Impact on Cities.
  • more.

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