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Evening Report – Mon., Sep 19, 2022 – Democrats for Idaho Office Visit Moscow

  • Democratic Candidates Kaylee Peterson for Congress, Terry Gilbert for Superintendent of Public Instruction, Terri Pickens-Manweiler for Lt. Gov. Visit Moscow.
  • Republican Incumbents Brad Little for Gov., Russ Fulcher for Congress, Won’t Debate Opponents on Public Television.
  • Ammon Bundy Calls Judge Who Sentenced People’s Rights Member for Threatening Nighttime Protest at Central Health District Board Member’s Home “Wicked”.
  • Major Water Main Break in Pullman Over Weekend.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Thu., Aug 25, 2022 – Reactions to Judge Winmill’s Order

  • Idaho House Republican Caucus Calls Judge Winmill Decision on Idaho Abortion Law “Wrong,” Democrats Call for Republicans to Drop Opposition to Justice Department’s Efforts to Block the “Cruel, Poorly Written Law.”
  • Judge Rules No New Trial for Convicted Rapist and Former Republican Legislator Aaron Von Ehlinger of Lewiston.
  • 26 Oregon Counties Likely to Vote on Whether to Block Psilocybin Treatment State Voters Approved in 2020.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Wed., Aug 17, 2022 – Friend of the Court in Abortion Case

  • 20 State Attorneys General & Numerous National Medical Groups File Friend of the Court Briefs in Support of US Justice Dept. Lawsuit Against Idaho’s Abortion Trigger Law.
  • Gov. Little Promises More Support for Education.
  • Idaho Democrats Name Deborah Silver as Candidate for State Treasurer.
  • Mead School District Parents in Spokane Show Up to Opposed Proposed Critical Race Theory and Gender Studies Ban.
  • 4 Patriot Front Members Plead Not Guilty to Conspiracy to Riot Charges in District Court in Coeur d’Alene.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Mon., Jun 20, 2022 – Idaho Democrats

  • Idaho Democrats Adopt Resolution Supporting Reproductive Health Care at First State Convention Since 2018.
  • Pundits Weigh in on The Threat the Patriot Front’s Attempted Attack on Panhandle Pride Means for Idaho.
  • Some Important Tourist Areas of Yellowstone National Park to be Closed Up To 2 Years.
  • Moscow of Region Out of Drought Status.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Mon., Apr 18, 2022 – Idaho Primaries

  • Numbers Indicate a Small Number of Idaho Democrats Switched Party Affiliation to Republican in Order to Counter Extremism by Voting in Closed Republican Primary.
  • Democratic Candidate for Governor Stephen Heidt is Only Democrat on Primary Ballot; Intends to Run Active Campaign as he Faces Write-In Campaign from Sandpoint Mayor Shebly Rognstad.
  • Incumbents Governor Brad Little and US Rep. Mike Simpson will Not Participate in Republican Primary TV Debates.
  • Repeated Vandalism and Theft from Progressive Pullman Church.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Fri., Nov 12, 2021 – Palouse Water Supply

  • Palouse Basin Aquifer Committee Project Manager Robin Nimmer & Avista Business & Public Affairs Manager Paul Kimmell Discuss the Future of the Palouse Water Supply.
  • Infrastructure Bill to Help with Digital Divide, Railroads in Idaho & Washington.
  • ACLU of Washington & NAACP Want Justice Dept. Civil Rights Investigation of Vancouver & Clark County Police for Killing 8 People Since 2019, Including 5 People of Color.
  • Idaho Democrats: “Say No and Go Home!” to Idaho Legislature Reconvening.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Wed., Feb 24, 2021 – Pullman ‘End Racism Now’ Art

  • Pullman Council Reboots Call for Artists in End Racism Now Installation.
  • Bill in Idaho Legislature Would Require Lands Department to Bypass Attorney General’s Office Attorneys and Use More Expensive Private Law Firms.
  • Idaho Democrats Criticize Republican Legislative Priorities.
  • Bill in Legislature Allows More Widespread Wolf Hunting and Would End Seasons in Most Locations.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Tue., Jan 12, 2021 – Idaho Health

  • Idaho Republicans Introduce 3 Bills to Curtail Governor’s Emergency Powers.
  • Federal Judge Rules Against Preliminary Injunction in Democratic Lawmakers’ Lawsuit Against Legislative Leaders for Failing to Accommodate their Health Concerns at Idaho Capitol.
  • Bundy’s People’s Rights Group Shows Up at Idaho Capitol.
  • Moscow Committee Considers Changes to Emergency Powers After City Throws Out Changes Against Maskless Demonstrators Endangering Community Health.
  • Whitman County to Move to Phase 1-B of Vaccine Distribution.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Fri., Jan 8, 2021 – New Washington Reopening

  • Washington Gov. Jay Inslee Announces New Reopening Plan for State (full press conference).
  • Idaho Health Officials Discuss Vaccine Plan (full press conference).
  • Idaho Residents Recognize Boise Resident from Viral Photos of US Capitol Incursion, Debunking Conspiracy Theory about Antifa.
  • Democratic Representatives Muffy Davis of Ketchum & Sue Chew of Boise Sue House Speaker Scott Bedke for Failure to Accommodate Those With Health Issues During Upcoming Legislative Session.
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Evening Report – Wed., Dec 16, 2020 – In-Person Washington Schools

  • Gov. Inslee Issues Guidelines for Reopening Closed Schools.
  • District 9 Legislators Say They Want Schools Open, Criticize Greenhouse Gas Reduction Efforts.
  • Idaho Disability Groups Criticize Armed, Uncontrolled, Angry Mobs at State Capitol, Say Lack of Social Distancing and Mask Requirements Prevent Participation in Democracy.
  • Democratic Legislative Leaders Urge Republicans to Delay Idaho Legislative Session Until April.
  • more.

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