Evening Report – Wed., Aug 24, 2022 – Idaho Abortion Ban Stayed

  • Federal Judge B. Lynn Winmill Grants Preliminary Injunction Enjoining Idaho from Enforcing Part of Full Abortion Ban Trigger Law Pertaining to Health of the Mother in Emergency Situations.
  • Democrat Says Gov. Brad Little Listened to Them When Proposing $410 Million Dollar Annual Increase in Education Funding, $330 Million for K-12 & $80 Million for Higher Ed.
  • Pullman Public Works Director Sean Kohtz Proposes 4.5% Utility Rate Increase Due to Inflation.
  • Moscow Committee Recommends Approval of Edington Subdivision Plat for South Side of City on 27 Acres Owned by Christ Church Elder Andrew Crapuchettes.
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