Monthly Archives: September 2022

Evening Report – Tue., Sep 27, 2022 – Candidate Interview Sen. David Nelson

  • Interview with Idaho Senate Candidate David Nelson of Moscow.
  • White House Issues a Statement on Idaho’s Abortion and Contraception Censorship Laws.
  • Wealthy Campaign Donor Larry Williams, Who Exceeded Donation Maximums During Republican Primary, Donated to Republican Senate Candidate Dan Foreman of Moscow and has Donated $145,000 to the Idaho Freedom Foundation and $110,000 to Start Hilldsdale College Curriculum Charter School in Fruitland.
  • Moscow Police Go For $100,000 Traffic Enforcement Grant.
  • No Injuries in Pullman Spontaneous Combustion Fire.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Mon., Sep 26, 2022 – Outrage Over UI Memo on Idaho’s Censorship Laws

  • Social Media Outrage over UI General Counsel’s Memo Telling UI Employees How to Comply with Idaho’s No Public Funds for Abortion Act and other Censorship Laws by Restricting Their Free Speech on Abortion and Contraception.
  • No Public Funds for Abortion Act sponsor Rep. Bruce Skaug’s Connection to Moscow Censorship Issues.
  • Pullman High School Students Walk Out Over Inaction by Administration to Alleged Rape at School.
  • Boise Police Reports say Mall Shooter Last Year Used the Word “Transgender” on Phone Seconds after He Killed First Victim, A Transgender Mall Security Guard.
  • Boise Police Chief Resigns Amid Neck Hold Demonstration Injuries Accusation.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Fri., Sep 23, 2022 – Idaho Abortion Laws Impacts on People

  • UI Law Professor Shaakirrah Sanders on Impact of Overturn of Roe Vs. Wade on Idaho (full presentation).
  • University of Idaho Office of General Counsel Issues E-mail to All UI Employees Warning About Idaho’s Censorship Laws on Speech About Abortion and Contraceptives.
  • Idaho Attorney General’s Office Files Motion for Judge Winmill to Reconsider his Temporary Injunction Against Idaho’s Strictest Abortion Law Making It A Felony to Perform an Abortion Even If the Health of the Mother is at Risk without the Procedure.
  • Oracle Corporation Says it Will Rebuild Broken Multi-Billion Dollar Veterans Administration Electronic Health Record System Used in Spokane.
  • Idaho Dept. of Environmental Quality Issues Toxic Algae Bloom in Spring Valley Reservoir Near Troy.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Thu., Sep 22, 2022 – 36 Books Banned in Idaho

  • 36 Books Banned in Idaho Schools During 2021-2022 School Year.
  • Washington Public Employees Union Negotiates Pay Raises for 35,000 State Workers plus $1000 Bonuses for Getting Covid Boosters.
  • More Than 200,000 Idahoans Eligible for Student Loan Debt Forgiveness.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Wed., Sep 21, 2022 – Legal Issues with Idaho’s Abortion Ban Law

  • UI Law Prof. Shaakirrah Sanders Discusses Impact of Overturn of Roe Vs. Wade on Idaho.
  • Complaint Alleges Wealthy Campaign Donor Larry Williams Exceeded Donation Limits by Thousands of Dollars and Successfully Removed 3 Key Pro-Education Republican Senators During Primaries.
  • Seattle Teachers Approve Contract After Strike.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Tue., Sep 20, 2022 – NBC Show Features Christ Church, Moscow

  • Reaction to NBC TV Network ‘Meet the Press’ Segment on Christ Church and Moscow, Idaho from Former Candidate for Mayor Olivia Moses.
  • Moscow Council Approves Changes to City Day Care Licensing Rules.
  • Idaho Land Board Approves Part of UI Plan to Large Research Dairy in Southern Idaho.
  • Whitman County Humane Society Plans to Re-open with New Staff Members Oct. 1st Following Staff Mass Resignation in August.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Mon., Sep 19, 2022 – Democrats for Idaho Office Visit Moscow

  • Democratic Candidates Kaylee Peterson for Congress, Terry Gilbert for Superintendent of Public Instruction, Terri Pickens-Manweiler for Lt. Gov. Visit Moscow.
  • Republican Incumbents Brad Little for Gov., Russ Fulcher for Congress, Won’t Debate Opponents on Public Television.
  • Ammon Bundy Calls Judge Who Sentenced People’s Rights Member for Threatening Nighttime Protest at Central Health District Board Member’s Home “Wicked”.
  • Major Water Main Break in Pullman Over Weekend.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Fri., Sep 16, 2022 – Pullman’s Vacant Buildings

  • Pullman City Council Discusses Possible Vacant Building Ordinance.
  • Pullman Creates Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging Committee.
  • New, Omicron-Specific Booster Available in Idaho.
  • Montana Health Officials Say They Will Defy Judge’s Order to Allow Transgender People to Change Their Birth Certificates.
  • Republican State Senate Candidate in Boise to Use West Ada School for Campaign Fundraising Event in Violation of State Campaign Law.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Thu., Sep 15, 2022 – Bundy Campaign Fund

  • Ammon Bundy Used Governor’s Race Campaign Money to Pay Law Firm Representing Him in Trespassing Case.
  • Boise Working with Salt Lake City to Revive Passenger Rail Service.
  • Pullman Region Hospital Launches Campaign for $25.7 Million Bond Issue.
  • Avian Flu Reported in Southern Idaho.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Wed., Sep 14, 2022 – Vacant Buildings

  • Pullman Council Discusses Vacant Building Ordinances.
  • Idaho School Districts Switching to 4-Day Per Week Schedules to Attract More Teacher Applicants.
  • Seattle Teachers Vote to Suspend Strike.
  • Idaho Revenue Under Projections for August.
  • Split Between Idaho Libertarian Party’s Left and Right Factions Causes 1st District Congressional Candidate to Withdraw.
  • more.

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