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Evening Report – Mon., Oct 3, 2022 – SCOTUS Wetlands Case from Idhao

  • US Supreme Court Hears Case from Idaho That Could Remove Pollution Protection from Half of Wetlands in the Country.
  • More Speculation on Idaho Censorship Laws as Mayday Health Hires Roving Billboard advocating Choice to Drive Around UI Campus.
  • NOAA Releases Final Draft of Federal Report Calling for Breaching the 4 Lower Snake River Dams.
  • Kootenai County Blogger Reacts to Defamation Suit by Drag Performer.
  • Those 18 or Older Now Ride Pullman Transit Free.
  • more.

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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., Aug 18, 2022 – Deary Post Office

  • Deary Residents Upset at Lack of Post Office.
  • Book Banning Attempt at Meridian Library.
  • US Solicitor General and Boise Native Elizabeth Barchas Prelogar to Give UI Law School Bellwood Lecture in Moscow September 7th.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Tue., Jul 26, 2022 – Tom Arkoosh

  • Idaho Democrats Draft Tom Arkoosh as Their Candidate for Attorney General’s.  Arkoosh Says He’s Running Because of Raul Labrador’s Acceptance of Big Lie 2020 Election was Stolen.
  • Idaho Commission on Libraries Discusses How to Requests to Ban Books.
  • New On Line Idaho College Instruction Program, Funded by Federal Pandemic Money, to Undergo Test Roll Out.
  • Spokane City Council Approves Resolution Calling for Police & City Employees to Not Cooperate with Out-Of-State Abortion Investigations.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Thu., May 5, 2022 – Public Records Suit Against Giddings

  • Public Records Lawsuit Against Lt. Gov. Candidate Priscilla Giddings Continues after Pause.
  • Attorney for Family of Man Clearwater County Deputies Killed Says Lewiston Police Department Investigation was Slanted.
  • Remaining Two North Idaho College Trustees Drop Lawsuit against State Board of Education.
  • Liberty Lake City Council Votes Against Banning the Book Gender Queer.
  • 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.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Mon., Apr 28, 2014 – Montana ‘Castle Doctrine’

  • Teen Foreign Exchange Student Killed in Missoula Garage May Cause Test of Montana’s Castle Doctine
  • New Free Clinic Opens in Pullman
  • Parents Call Meridian Police on Teen Giving Away Banned Book at Book Give-away Event
  • Public Records Request on Public Records Ombudsman Job


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Evening Report – Mon., Mar 14, 2011 – Committee Votes for Medicaid Cuts

  • Idaho House Committee Approves $34 in Medicaid Cuts
  • House Passes Bill Requiring All Libraries to Filter Content for Adults
  • First Medical Marijuana Dispensary Operator Arrested in Washington Goes on Trial Today
  • Montana Lawmakers Debate Reforming Medical Marijuana Laws


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