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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.
  • more.

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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.
  • more.

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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.
  • more.

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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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Evening Report – Fri., May 7, 2021 – Idaho Legislature Normalizing Racism

  • Is Idaho Freedom Foundations Supporters Normalizing Racism in Idaho Legislature?  Floor Speech From The Only African-American in Idaho Legislature Rep. Chris Matthias’ on Critical Race Theory plus Interruptions from Far-Right Legislators.
  • Moscow Council Discusses Conestoga Road Cost Sharing.
  • Idaho Legislature Debates Prohibiting Signature Collection from In Parking Lots of Out-of-State Pot Shops.
  • Idaho Legislature Debates Moving City Elections to Even-Numbered Years.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Thu., May 6, 2021 – Legislature 6 Days Off

  • Idaho Legislature Takes 6 Day Break.
  • Even-Numbered City Elections Bill Resurrected.
  • Bill Preventing Medical Marijuana Initiative Signature Gathering at Out-Of-State Pot Stores Passes Idaho Senate.
  • Gov. Inslee Issues Guidelines for Having Vaccinated Sections at Outdoor Venues & Churches.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Tue., May 4, 2021 – Canestoga Cost Sharing

  • Moscow Council Asks Staff to Draft Agreement with BBC, LLC to share costs of $23.7 Million Road and Bridge Project of Mutual Benefit.
  • Moscow Council Remands Nazarene Church Property Steeple Cell Tower Decision to Board of Adjustment.
  • Gov. Jay Inslee Signs Senator Schoesler’s Bill Granting Temporary Property Tax Relief to Property Owners whose Homes Burned in Babb Fire in Malden and Pine City.
  • Idaho Senate Committee Approves Massive Property Tax Relief Bill.
  • Idaho Senate Passes Higher Ed Budget.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Mon., May 3, 2021 – City Elections, Federal Nullification Bills Killed

  • Senate Committee Kills Federal Nullification Bill.
  • Idaho Senate Sends City Even-Year Election Bill to Committee, Likely Killing it for the Year.
  • Legislative Action on Income Taxes, Property Taxes.
  • Hostile Group Followed Alleged Legislative Rape Survivor Who Testified Anonymously Last week.
  • Republic Covid Outbreak Kills One Person So Far.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Fri., Apr 30, 2021 – House Bill 377 Senate Debate

  • Monday’s Idaho Senate Debate on House Bill 377 on “Indoctrination,” which Gov. Little Signed Wednesday.
  • Moscow Committee Considers Public Art Policy Update.
  • Scaled Down Pandemic Renaissance Fair Slated for Tomorrow.
  • Former State & Federal Employees Write Gov. Little Opposing Wolf Killing Bill.
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