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Evening Report – Fri., Jun 11, 2021 – Dist. 5 Idaho Legislative Wrap-Up

  • District 5 Idaho Lawmakers Give Session Wrap-up.
  • McGeachin’s Indoctrination Task Force Targets Boise School District.
  • Oregon House Expels Republican Rep. Mike Nearman on 59-1 Vote for Letting Violent Armed and Unmasked Mob into State Capitol During Height of Pandemic.
  • Inslee Asked Washington Corrections Secretary Stephen Sinclair to Resign in January.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Tue-., Jun 8, 2021 – Edington Annexation

  • Moscow Council Annexes 235 Acres into the City for Edington Development.
  • Moscow Council Votes to Adopt Stormwater Utility Rate Structure.
  • Legislators Apparently Calling for Investigation into Representative Priscilla Giddings in Doxxing Case.
  • Bonner County Republican Central Committee Calls for Republican Senator Jim Woodward of Sagle to Resign for not Being Right-Wing Enough.
  • Whitman County Assessor Robin Jones Dies.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Fri., Jun 4, 2021 – Avista’s Paul Kimmell & Clearwater Power’s Bob Pierce

  • Paul Kimmell of Avista & Bob Pierce of Clearwater Power Discuss Clean Energy.
  • Idaho Supreme Court Schedules Hearing on Reclaim Idaho’s Lawsuit Over New Initiative Signature Requirement Law.
  • Rep. Tammy Nichols Conducts Facebook 2nd to 8th Graders on History in Patriotism in Tandem with Social Justice Witch Hunt.
  • Survey of Schools show’s Half of Idaho’s Coronavirus Cases in K-12 Age Children Not Reported to Health Dept.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Tue., Jun 1, 2021 – 3 Idaho Groups Countering Extremism

  • A Look at 3 Idaho Groups Who Say They Want to Take on Extremism Dominating Idaho Politics.
  • Idaho Attorney General’s Office Opinion Says Lt. Gov. McGeachin’s Executive Orders When Gov. Little Was Out of State Were Illegal, Unconstitutional and Violated Separation of Powers.
  • Moses Lake Boat Bursts Into Flames After it Harassed Boat with Pride Flag.
  • Gov. Little Appoints Idaho Law School Graduate Colleen Zahn to State Supreme Court.
  • Record-Length Idaho Legislative Session Has Cost Taxpayers More than $500,000 Since April 6th.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Tue., May 25, 2021 – Moscow Sign Ordinance

  • Moscow Administration Committee Advances Amendments to City Sign Ordinance.
  • Moscow Public Works Committee Advances New Stormwater Utility Fees.
  • Idaho Education Officials Working Quickly on Plan to Spend $440 Million in Federal American Rescue Plan Money to Help K-12 Students Catch Up Academically.
  • Idaho State Board of Education President Kurt Liebich Says Little Evidence of Indoctrination.
  • Schweitzer Engineering Labs Founder and President Edmund O. Schweitzer III Opposes Washington’s Employee Vaccination Documentation for Maskless Working; Says It’s A Privacy Violation.
  • Idaho Legislature to Hire Own Attorney at $470/hour To Court Challenge of SB 1110 Which Requires Signatures from 6% of Registered Voters from Each of Idaho’s 35 Legislative Districts to Get an Initiative on the Ballot.
  • Federal Authorities Arrest Proud Boy from Arlington, WA for Assaulting Federal Officers at US Capitol Coup Attempt January 6th.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Thu., May 20, 2021 – Mental Health Update

  • Mike Berney of Palouse River Counseling Gives Pullman City Council Update on the Mental Health Situation in Whitman County Coming Out of the Pandemic.
  • BSU President Tromp Says University Will Use Cost-Savings During the Pandemic to Make Up for the Legislature’s $1.5 Million Punishment for Teaching Social Justice & Having Diversity Programs.
  • 60 Protesters at State Capitol Call for Resignation of Republican Rep. Priscilla Giddings of White Bird for Doxxing 19 Year Old Intern who Accused Right-Wing Lawmaker Aaron Von Ehlinger of Rape.
  • Incumbents Win 2 out of 3 Seats on Kootenai Health Hospital Board after Facing Slate of Republican-Party Backed Challengers Skeptical of Current Hospital Mask Rules or Possible Future Vaccination Rules for Employees.
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Evening Report- Mon., May 18, 2021 – Moscow Mask Emergency Ends

  • Moscow City Council Ends Emergency Mask Order After Nearly 11 Months.
  • After Idaho Legislature Passed Bill Requiring Legislative Approval for any Federal Covid Relief Allocations, Lawmakers Leave Millions in Federal Money Unclaimed.
  • Gov. Little Vetos Bill Requiring Initiative Signers be in Idaho When They Sign.
  • Washington Gov. Jay Inslee Signs Climate Commitment Act.
  • Washington Natural Resources Dept. Says Labor Day Babb Road Fire, Which Took Out Most of Malden & Pine City, Started by Dry Branch Touching Avista Power Line.
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Evening Report – Mon., May 17, 2021 – Early Childhood Learning

  • House Didn’t Vote to Accept $6 Million in Early Childhood Learning from Federal Government Despite Rep. Ilana Rubel’s Plea they Take Up the Senate-Approved Bill.
  • Gov. Brad Little Appoints Lori McCann to District 6 House Seat to Replace Republican Representative Aaron Von Ehlinger of Lewiston who Resigned amid Rape Allegations.
  • Republicans Politicize Kootenai Health Hospital Board Elections Scheduled for Tuesday.
  • Washington Health Board Says Firing of Spokane Health Officer Bob Lutz Likely Illegal.
  • Oregon Wants Businesses to Verify Vaccines of Maskless Customers.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Thu., May 13, 2021 – Inslee: Normal by June 30th; Idaho Lawmakers Go Home.

  • Governor Inslee Says Washington Will be Mostly Back to Normal by June 30th.
  • Moscow Planning & Zoning Approves Plan for Giant Edington Subdivision on 232 Acres Owned by BBC, LLC.
  • Idaho Senate Adjourns and House “Recesses,” Leaving Question of Reconvening Open.
  • Academic Authorities Investigate North Idaho College President and Board for Harassment, Bullying & Academic Freedom Violations.
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Evening Report – Wed., May 12, 2021 – Pullman Food Coop

  • Pullman Good Food Coop Board Members Gives Update on Plans.
  • Pullman Council Votes to Annex Land on South Grand Ave. for General Commercial Zoning.
  • Pullman Lentil Fest Canceled for This Year.
  • Idaho Governor Brad Little Signs Major Property Tax Bill.
  • Gov. Little Moves Idaho to Stage 4.
  • more.

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