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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 – Wed., May 5, 2021 – Last Minute Bills

  • New Last-Minute Bill Prohibiting Marijuana Ads Passes Idaho Senate.
  • Associated Press: Rep. Heather Scott Sought Information on Prosecuting Intern Jane Doe for Falsely Reporting a Rape.
  • Senate Passes 3 New Bills Targeting Governor’s Emergency Powers.
  • Senate Passes Big Property Tax Bill Just Introduced this Week.
  • Inslee: All Counties to Stay in Current Reopening Phase for 2 Weeks.
  • more.

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