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Evening Report – Wed., Oct 20, 2021 – Federal Rental Assistance

  • Idaho May Lose Millions in Federal Covid Aid for Rental Assistance Because State Hasn’t Spent Enough.
  • State to Reimburse Reclaim Idaho and Committee to Protect & Preserve the Idaho Constitution Legal Fees after Losing Lawsuit Over Initiative Law.
  • UI Enrollment up 4.7%.
  • One New Covid Death in Latah County.
  • Candidates for Mayor Talk About Equity During League of Women Voters Forum.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Mon., Aug 23, 2021 – Initiative Law Unconstitutional

  • Idaho Supreme Court Throws Out SB1110, The Restrictive Initiative Law that Would Have Made it Almost Impossible to Get an Initiative on the Statewide Ballot.
  • Unvaccinated Driving Breakthrough Case Surge in Washington.
  • Moscow City Hall Art Galleries.
  • Pushback Against Montana’s New Law Prohibiting Employers from Imposing Vaccination Mandates as Condition of Employment.
  • Biden Administration Signals it Will Go Along with Trump Administration’s Removal of Wolves from Endangered Species Act Protection.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Mon., Jul 12, 2021 – Wildfires

  • Crews Battle Fires Throughout Region as Smoke Invades.
  • Idaho Senate and House Billed $110,000 So Far to Defend Anti-Initiative Law.
  • Proud Boys Float in Buhl Parade.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Tue., Jun 29, 2021 – UI Police Station Purchase

  • Moscow Committee Supports Idea of Selling Current Police Station Building to UI for Art Gallery & Vandal Store for $975,000.
  • State Board of Education Drafts and Gives Initial Approval to Higher Ed Diversity and Inclusion Policy.
  • Idaho Supreme Court Hears Arguments in Case Challenging New Restrictive Initiative Law.
  • Ammon Bundy Trespassing Trial Starts.
  • Moscow City Staff Ask to Rearrange Parks Dept. Positions Due to Staffing Shortage.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Mon., Jun 21, 2021 – Risch Criticizes Biden BLM Nominee Over Tree-Spiking

  • US Sen. Jim Risch Says National Wildlife Federation Director Tracy Stone-Manning Should be Disqualified as Biden’s Bureau of Land Management Director Nominee Due to 1989 Tree-Spiking Letter.
  • Portland Police Riot Squad Resigns En Mass Because Multnomah County Grand Jury Indicted One of Their Own for Police Brutality During 2020 Black Lives Matter Protests.
  • Idaho Higher Ed Enrollment Down 5000.
  • Reclaim Idaho Starts Collecting Signatures for Quality Education Ballot Initiative.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Tue., Jun 15, 2021 – Cops’ Mental Health

  • Law Enforcement Plan Regional Law Enforcement Peer Mental Health Support Team for Officers.
  • Moscow Committee Recommends Accepting 5 Pieces of Art by Pam Overholtzer and Donation for New Piece at Sculpture Garden.
  • US Rep. Cathy McMorris-Rodgers Introduces Malden Act in Reaction to Trump’s Refusal to Approve Timely Disaster Aid for Last Year’s Wildfires.
  • Confusion Around Reclaim Idaho’s K-12 Funding Initiative Fiscal Statement.
  • Person Who Complained About Alleged Boise State University Indoctrination Was State Legislator.
  • 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.
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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.
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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 – 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.
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