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Evening Report – Thu., Jun 3, 2021 – Alpha Tau Omega Alcohol Death

  • Family of Deceased WSU Frat Pledge Says Indictments for Serving Alcohol to Minors Do Not Amount to Justice.
  • New Corona Virus Death in Latah County.
  • Pullman Police Chief Gary Jenkins to Retire.
  • Eastern Washington University Changes Course, Will Require Vaccines for Fall Semester.
  • WSU Establishes Center for Cannabis Policy & Research.
  • more.

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Evening Report- Mon., May 18, 2021 – Moscow Mask Emergency Ends

  • Moscow City Council Ends Emergency Mask Order After Nearly 11 Months.
  • After Idaho Legislature Passed Bill Requiring Legislative Approval for any Federal Covid Relief Allocations, Lawmakers Leave Millions in Federal Money Unclaimed.
  • Gov. Little Vetos Bill Requiring Initiative Signers be in Idaho When They Sign.
  • Washington Gov. Jay Inslee Signs Climate Commitment Act.
  • Washington Natural Resources Dept. Says Labor Day Babb Road Fire, Which Took Out Most of Malden & Pine City, Started by Dry Branch Touching Avista Power Line.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Fri., May 7, 2021 – Idaho Legislature Normalizing Racism

  • Is Idaho Freedom Foundations Supporters Normalizing Racism in Idaho Legislature?  Floor Speech From The Only African-American in Idaho Legislature Rep. Chris Matthias’ on Critical Race Theory plus Interruptions from Far-Right Legislators.
  • Moscow Council Discusses Conestoga Road Cost Sharing.
  • Idaho Legislature Debates Prohibiting Signature Collection from In Parking Lots of Out-of-State Pot Shops.
  • Idaho Legislature Debates Moving City Elections to Even-Numbered Years.
  • more.

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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 – Mon., Apr 19, 2021 – War on Idaho Voters

  • Gov. Little Signs SB1110 Making it Virtually Impossible to Get Statewide Initiatives on the Ballot.  Reclaim Idaho Vows Legal Challenge.
  • Bill Requiring All Idaho Initiative Petition Signings to Take Place in Idaho Stalls in House as Republicans Can’t Find a Way to Disenfranchise Idaho Citizens who Sign Petitions at Ontario, Oregon Pot Shops but not Disenfranchise Idaho Voters Serving Long Assignments in the Military or on Religious Missions Overseas.
  • SB111A Passes House; Would Bury Citizen Engagement in Local Elections by Moving City Council & Mayoral Elections in Idaho to Even-Numbered Years.
  • Bill Eliminating August School Levy, Bond or School Board Elections Passes House, to the Chagrin of School Board Members Around the State.
  • Republican Rep. Julianne Young of Blackfoot Introduces Bill Banning Books and Educational Materials in Idaho Colleges and K-12 Schools that Promote “Sectarianism.”
  • Washington Legislators Considering New Drug Possession Law after State Supreme Court Rules Felony Drug Possession Law Unconstitutional.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Thu., Apr 15, 2021 – ID Anti-Drug Amendment Fails

  • Idaho House Kills Constitutional Amendment Freezing State Drug Laws that Would Have Pre-empted Medical or Recreational Cannabis.
  • State Board of Education Votes for Tuition Freeze.
  • Pullman Subcommittee Reports on ‘End Racism Now’-Themed Mural Process.
  • Spokane Police Dog Bite Victim sues.

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Evening Report – Thu., Mar 11, 2021 – Drug Law Lock-In Passes Committee

  • Sen. C. Scott Grow’s Constitutional Amendment Locking-In Idaho Drug Laws Passes House Committee.
  • Idaho Committee Passes Legislation Preventing Local Emergencies from Making Businesses to Close, even Temporarily.
  • Rep. Sage Dixon of Ponderay Introduces Legislation Allowing Legislature to Declare Federal Directives or Court Rulings “Null and Void”.
  • Whitman County Planner Thomson Says Survey Shows Respondents Want Comprehensive Plan Want Diversity in Businesses, Ag and Natural Resources Protected.
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Evening Report – Fri., Feb 12, 2021 – New Revenge on Voters Bill

  • Senator Steve Vick of Dalton Gardens Introduces new Anti-Initiative Bill.
  • Kind Idaho Can Begin Gathering Signatures for Medical Marijuana Initiative.
  • Gov. Jay Inslee on Moving to Stage 2 – Full Press Conference.
  • Sen. Patty Murray: Inches Away From “Kill the Infidels”.
  • $2.2 Billion Covid-19 Relief Bill Passes in Washington Legislature.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Mon., Feb 8, 2021 – Simpson Dam Breaching

  • Rep. Mike Simpson of Idaho Proposes Dam Breaching Plus $33 Billion in Economic Revitalization for Impacted Communities.
  • Idaho House Committee Introduces Medical Cannabis Bill.
  • Moscow Committee Recommends Mountain Bike Trail.
  • more.

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