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Evening Report – Thu., Sep 1, 2022 – Special Session

  • Idaho Legislature Completes Special Session and Approves Gov. Little’s Tax Relief and Education Funding Bill.
  • West Bonner School Board Rescinds Approval of McGraw Hill English and Arts Curriculum After Far Right Shows Up to Allege Critical Race Theory, Social Justice Indoctrination and Grooming.
  • Some UI Students Living in Hotel Until Enough Dorm Rooms Available.
  • Bloodworks Northwest Says Not Enough Donated Blood in Region.
  • 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.
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Evening Report – Mon., Jan 31, 2022 – Idaho Abortion Lawsuit Bill Killed

  • Idaho Senate State Affairs Committee Rejects Texas-Style Abortion Lawsuit Bill, but It May Come Back in Revised Form.
  • Moscow Council to Consider E-Bike & E-Scooter Rules Including Downtown Sidewalk Dismount Zone.
  • Covid in Washington Prisons: 2600 Inmates are Positive for Covid plus 700 Staff.
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Evening Report – Mon., Feb 1, 2021 – Drug Lock-In Constitutional Amendment

  • Democratic Sen. Grant Burgoyne of Boise Responds to Proposed Constitutional Amendment Locking In 2020 Idaho Drug Laws.
  • UI Administration Cracking Down on Students Who Signed Up for In-Person Classes But Don’t Get Their Covid-19 Tests by Shutting Them Out of Remote Learning Portals.
  • 3 Democratic Idaho Legislators Out with Substitutes, Including Representatives Muffy Davis & Sue Chew who Sued Legislative Leadership for Failure to Make Work Accommodations Under the Americans With Disabilities Act.
  • Boise State University Public Policy Survey Shows Majority of Idahoans Want Statewide Mask Mandate, but Only 55% Likely to Get Vaccine.
  • Washington Lawmakers Propose Sweeping Changes to Child Care Programs.
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