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Evening Report – Wed., Apr 13, 2022 – WSU Student Issues

  • WSU Student Leaders Discuss Issues with Pullman City Council.
  • Author of Moscow Draft Climate Action Plan Discusses Plan with Moscow League of Women Voters.
  • Catholic Church Asks to Intervene on Anti-Choice Side in Planned Parenthood Lawsuit Against Idaho’s Restrictive Texas-Style Abortion Law.
  • Providence Medical Group Settles for $22.7 with Justice Dept. Over 2 Walla Walla Neurosurgeons Accused of Medicare Fraud and Substandard Care.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Wed., Mar 30, 2022 – Planned Parenthood To Sue Over Abortion Law

  • Planned Parenthood to Sue Over Family Vigilante Abortion Law.
  • Paradise Ridge Defense Coalition Plans Lawsuit Against US Army Corps of Engineers and Idaho Transportation Dept. over US Highway 95 Reroute South of Moscow.
  • Veto from Governor Little on Judge Selection Process Bill.
  • Pullman Charts Process of Adjusting Ward Boundaries.
  • more.

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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 – Wed., Mar 2, 2022 – Voter Suppression Bills Pass Committee

  • Idaho House State Affairs Committee Passes Two “Emergency” Voter Suppression Laws on Nearly Party Line Votes.
  • Rep. Dorothy Moon’s Bill Requiring Proof of Citizenship to Register, and Banning Student ID’s for Registration and Voting, Among Other Things, Passes 9-2.
  • Rep. Priscilla Giddings’ Bill Banning Ballot Drop Boxes Passes 10-3.
  • Moderate Republicans React to Lt. Gov. Janice McGeachin’s Speech to White Nationalist Group.
  • Rep. Carolyn Troy’s Sexting Bill Sent to House Floor for Possible Amendments.
  • Bills Clarifying Police Use of Force Land on Gov. Inslee’s Desk.
  • Pullman Council Accepts Ziply Fiber’s Apology.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Wed., Feb 16, 2022 – Abortion Lawsuit Passes Idaho Senate Committee

  • Idaho senate Committee Approves Bill That Allows Family Members, Including Grandparents and Uncles, to Sue Doctors if They Perform Abortions on Relatives.
  • Rep. Shepherd Introduces Bill Making it Illegal for Employers to Require Vaccines.
  • Pullman City Council Approves Ground Lease for Starbucks Drive-Through Downtown.
  • Washington House Passes Bill Banning Open Carry at Polling Places, Election Offices and Public Government Meetings.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Wed., Jan 26, 2022 – Legality of Militia Activity

  • Georgetown University Institute for Constitutional Advocacy and Protection Executive Director Mary McCord Speaks on the Legal Status of Militia Activity in Idaho.
  • Far Right Legislator Ron Nate Demands to Know How Much Boise State University President Marlene Tromp Has Been Stopping Social Justice and Diversity Programs on Campus.
  • Pullman City Officials May Consider Overlay District Zoning Downtown.
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Evening Report – Wed., Jan 12, 2022 – Pullman Council

  • Pullman Council Appoints Rebecca Dubin to Fill Vacant City Council Seat and Eliminates Board of Adjustment.
  • Idaho Republicans Propose Big Income Tax Reduction and Rebate Mainly for Wealthiest.
  • UI Alpha Delta Sorority Chapter Fire Displaces Students.
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Evening Report – Mon., Jan 3, 2022 – Idaho Monoclonal + Covid Pill Supplies

  • Idaho State Epidemiologist Dr. Christine Hahn Says Number of Doses of Covid Treatment Drugs Extremely Limited.
  • Pullman Fire Dept. Responds to More Calls in 2021 Than Any Other Year in Last Decade.
  • Dept. of Energy Says Project to Dig Up Plutonium Contaminated Waste at INL Completed.
  • Change in definition of High Level Nuclear Waste Impacts INL, Hanford & Savannah River.
  • Convicted Killer’s Attorneys Say Governor Little Has No Authority to Overturn Idaho Pardons Commission’s Death Sentence Commutation Recommendation.
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Evening Report – Fri., Dec 31, 2021 – Pullman Ziply Installation

  • Pullman Council Members Hear Complaints from Ziply Fiber Subcontractors, and Ziply Representatives’ Responses.
  • Daily Covid Cases Hit Highs in Oregon.
  • Fish and Game Finds 2 More Chronic Wasting Disease Cases in Idaho Deer.
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Evening Report – Fri., Dec 24, 2021 – District 9 WA Legislators

  • District 9 Washington Legislators Sen. Mark Schoesler, Rep. Joe Schmick & Rep. Mary Dye speak to Pullman City Council about Priorities for 2022 Session.
  • Take Idaho Back PAC Takes Aim at Extremist Right Wing Legislators.
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