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Evening Report – Tue., Jul 13, 2021 – E-Bikes & E-Scooters

  • Moscow Committee Approves Proposed E-Bike Rental Licenses.
  • Moscow Council Considers Drug Sniffing Dog Budget Request.
  • Idaho Association of Commerce & Industry Opposes Proposal to Reconvene Legislature to Outlaw Employer Vaccine Mandates.
  • Pullman Ward 1 City Council Primary Candidates Forum On-Line Thursday at 7 pm.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Mon., Apr 26, 2021 – Social Justice Indoctrination Bill Passes

  • Social Justice Indoctrination Bill Passes Idaho Senate; Heads to Governor’s Desk.
  • Mask Ordinance Pre-emption Bill Likely Dead.
  • Washington Legislature Adjourns for Year after Passing $59.2 Billion Budget.
  • Superspreader Events in Ferry County.
  • 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 – Fri., Apr 16, 2021 – Little to Veto Emergency Limits / Idaho House Debate on Social Justice “Indoctrination”

  • Idaho Gov. Brad Little to Veto Limits on Governors’ Emergency Powers; Former Governors Butch Otter and Dirk Kempthorne Join Little for Speech.
  • Idaho House Killed Teachers’ Pay Bill on a Tie Vote over Social Justice Concerns – extended debate excerpts.
  • Idaho House Passes Fetal Heartbeat Abortion Ban – extended debate excerpts.
  • Idaho House Kills Constitutional Amendment Locking in Idaho Drug Laws – extended debate excerpts.
  • Gov. Jay Inslee Press Conference on Coming 4th Coronavirus Wave.
  • Rep. Aaron Von Ehlinger Accused of ‘Unconsented Sexual Contact.’
  • 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 – Wed., Mar 31, 2021 – Vaccine Availability

  • Gov. Inslee Says All 16 Years Old and Over Will Be Eligible for Vaccines Starting Mon., April 15th.
  • Idaho Vaccine Supply May Outstrip Demand in 4 Weeks.
  • Whitman County May Consider Writing Its Own Drug Laws After Washington Supreme Court Throws Out State Felony Possession Law.
  • more.

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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.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Thu., Mar 4, 2021 – Certifying Teachers / Psilocybin

  • Idaho House Passes Bill Allowing Local School Boards to Certify Teachers.
  • Activists Plan to Put Initiative to Make Psilocybin Possession the Lowest Law Enforcement Priority in Spokane on City Ballot.
  • Sen. Schoesler Introduced Property Tax Exemption Bill for Wildfire Victims.
  • Idaho Committee Approves Bill to Force Economic Considerations Before Enforcing Manure Pollution Laws.
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Evening Report – Thu., Feb 25, 2021 – Anti-Choice Bill

  • Bill in Idaho House Would Ban Public Money from Health Care Organizations that Perform Abortions Except Hospitals and Would Criminalize State Employees Referring People to Any Organization that Performs Abortions.
  • Washington Supreme Court Rules State Drug Possession Law Unconstitutional.
  • Pullman Police Recommend Misdemeanor Hazing Charges in 2019 Fraternity Alcohol Poisoning Death.
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Evening Report – Fri., Feb 5, 2021 – Cannabis Constitutional Amendment

  • Constitutional Amendment Permanently Outlawing Cannabis – full Idaho Senate Debate.
  • Washington Gov. Jay Inslee on Vaccine Rollout.
  • Palouse Black Lives Matters Organizers Eye Juneteenth Event.
  • Proposed Bill in Idaho Legislature Would Make It A Felony to Gather Votes.
  • Friends of the Clearwater Sues Forest Service Over Motorized Access to Fish Lake in Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forest.
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