Monthly Archives: March 2022

Evening Report – Wed., Mar 16, 2022 – Pullman Downtown Traffic

  • Pullman Council Hears Presentation on Downtown Master Plan Project.
  • Pullman Council Accepts Low Bid to Build Roundabout on Terre View Drive.
  • Moscow Council Will be Asked to Reaffirm $1 Million Commitment to Palouse Ice Rink due to Changing Terms.
  • Idaho House Passes Higher Education Budget.
  • Ammon Bundy Causes Hospital Lockdown in Boise.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Tue., Mar 15, 2022 – Abortion Lawsuit Bill Heads to Governor

  • Idaho Lawmakers Pass Texas-Style Restrictive Abortion Bill Allowing Lawsuits Against Doctors by Relatives of Woman Who Gets an Abortion.  Now on Gov. Little’s Desk.
  • Senate Republican Leadership Criticizes Gender Affirmation Health Care Criminalization Bill.
  • Full Day Kindergarten Passes Committee.
  • Governor and Attorney General Sue to Remove Homeless Camp Across the Street from State Capitol.
  • Congress Approves $200 Million for Projects in Washington Including Rebuilding Malden Sewer System.
  • Bill Streamlining Elimination of Racist Deed Covenants Passes Idaho House Unanimously.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Mon., Mar 14, 2022 – Moon’s Voter Suppression Bill

  • Idaho House Passes Rep. Dorothy Moon’s Wide-Ranging Voter Suppression Bill.
  • Democratic Candidate for Governor and Sandpoint Mayor Shelby Rognstad Denied Access to Democratic Primary Ballot on Procedural Grounds.
  • Final List of 10 Candidates Running for 3 District 6 Legislative Seats.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Fri., Mar 11, 2022 – 2 Out of 64 Voter Bills Killed

  • Senate State Affairs Committee Kills 2 of Senator Mary Souza’s Voter Suppression Bills, Another from Rep. Dorothy Moon Advances to House Floor without a Hearing.
  • Neo Nazi Group Holding Gathering Near Hayden.
  • Washington Legislature Adjourns after Passing $64 Billion Budget and $17 Billion Transportation Package.
  • Washington School Districts React to End of Indoor Mask Mandate.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Thu., Mar 10, 2022 – New Vaccine Prevention Bill

  • New Bill From Senator Chuck Winder would Prevent Employers from Having Workplaces Safe from Covid-19 Virus.
  • Far-Right Kootenai County Republican Central Committee Hatches Plot to Take Over Local Democratic Party.
  • Washington Democrats Lawmakers Hope to Pass $26 Billion Budget.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Wed., Mar 9, 2022 – Winder: Senate Will Kill Bills

  • Senate President Pro-Tem Chuck Winder says Bill Making it a Felony to Provide Gender Affirming Health Care to Minors and Bill Criminalizing Librarians Won’t Have Slim Chances of Moving Forward in Senate.
  • Treefort Music Festival Announces it Will Not Require Vaccinations or Proof of Negative Covid Tests Later this Month.
  • Drought Expected to Continue in Southern Idaho.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Tue., Mar 8, 2022 – Anti-Trans Bill

  • Idaho House Passes Rep. Bruce Skaug’s Bill to Make it a Felony to Provide Gender Affirmation Care to a Minor.
  • House Passes Bill to Require School Districts to Allow Students to Opt Out of Mask Rules During Any Future Pandemic.
  • Idaho Gov. Brad Little to End His Covid State of Emergency April 15th.
  • Oregon Gov. Kate Brown Declares Drought State of Emergency for Klamath County.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Mon., Mar 7, 2022 – Criminalizing Librarians

  • Testimony from Idaho House Committee on House Bill 666 Which Would Criminalize Librarians if They Provide Material “Harmful to Minors”.
  • Idaho House Approve Priscilla Giddings’ “Emergency” Voter Suppression Bill to Ban Ballot Drop Boxes.
  • Idaho House Kills Bipartisan Bill Seeking to Provide Fairness in Rental Application Fees.
  • Accreditation Team Recommends Putting North Idaho College on Probation.
  • Washington Board of Health Technical Advisory Committee Recommends Against Mandatory Vaccines for Schoolchildren.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Fri., Mar 4, 2022 – Treefort Preview / House Bill 666 / Covid Review

  • Treefort Music Festival Director Eric Gilbert Previews the 2022 Festival.
  • House Bill 666, Which Would Criminalize Librarians Who Allow Patrons to See Material “Harmful to Minors”.
  • Gritman CEO Kara Besst and North Central Idaho Health District director Carolyn Moehrle answer Questions about Covid.
  • Texas Abortion Family Member Lawsuit Abortion Bill Debate.
  • Washington Senate Passes Firearms Prohibition Bill for Public Meetings, Voting and Vote-Counting Locations.
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Evening Report – Thu., Mar 3, 2022 – Moving Forward from Covid

  • North Central Idaho Health District Director Carol Moehrle Discusses Next Steps with Covid Receding.
  • Idaho Senate Passes Abortion Family Lawsuit Bill.
  • Idaho House Kills Substitute Teacher Drug Testing Bill.
  • Washington Judge Rules Against Capital Gains Tax.
  • more.

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