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Evening Report – Mon., Jun 6, 2022 – Yellowstone Bison Status

  • US Fish & Wildlife Service Admits Petitions Over Yellowstone Bison Have Credible Information for Informing a Decision on Endangered Species Act Status.
  • Mudslide in Okonogan County Damages Three Homes.
  • Some Washington Nursing Programs Get More State Money.  Others Don’t.
  • Ada County Judge Throws Out Records Lawsuit Against Republican Rep. Priscilla Giddings of White Bird.
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Evening Report – Thu., May 5, 2022 – Public Records Suit Against Giddings

  • Public Records Lawsuit Against Lt. Gov. Candidate Priscilla Giddings Continues after Pause.
  • Attorney for Family of Man Clearwater County Deputies Killed Says Lewiston Police Department Investigation was Slanted.
  • Remaining Two North Idaho College Trustees Drop Lawsuit against State Board of Education.
  • Liberty Lake City Council Votes Against Banning the Book Gender Queer.
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Evening Report – Thu., Jan 27, 2022 – Income Tax Reduction Passes Senate Committee

  • Idaho Senate Committee Passes $600 Million Income Tax Reduction That Already Passed in the House On Party Line Vote.  Democrats Say It Will Mainly Benefit the Well-Off.
  • Rep. Priscilla Giddings Responds to Open Records Lawsuit Seeking Communications Between Her and Rep. Aaron Von Ehlinger, Who Resigned After 19-Year Old Legislative Intern Accused Him of Rape.  Intern’s Attorney is Seeking Information about Giddings Doxxing Her Client.
  • Washington State Board of Health Surveying Washingtonians About Vax Rules for Children.
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Evening Report – Thu., Jan 20, 2022 – Idaho Income Tax Passes House

  • Idaho House Passes $660 Million Income Tax Break As Democrats and One Republican Argue it Will Only Help the Well-Off.
  • Lawmakers Want More Info as Lt. Gov. McGeachin Asks J-FAC to Get Attorney General’s Office to Pay for Private Attorney She Hired to Unsuccessfully Defend Her Open Records Act Violations Related to Her Indoctrination in Education Task Force.
  • Nez Perce County Sets One-Day Record for New Covid Cases with 166.
  • Ninth Circuit Panel Rules Lethal Excessive Force Lawsuit Against Issaquah Police Can Move Forward.
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KRFP Evening Report – Mon., Oct 18, 2021 – WSU Fires Football Coach Rolovich Over Vaccine

  • Washington State University Fires Football Coach Nick Rolovich for Non-compliance with Washington’s Vaccination Mandate for Education Employees.
  • Democrats on Idaho Legislature’s Joint Finance Appropriations Committee Want Records from Lt. Gov. McGeachin’s Office Before They’ll Consider Request the State Pay $50,000 in Legal Fees from Open Records Law Case.
  • American Academy of Pediatrics Estimates about 500 Idaho Children have Lost Parents or Primary Caregivers to Covid.
  • 4 New Covid Deaths on Palouse Reported Friday.
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Evening Report – Fri., Mar 6, 2020 – Trans Sports Testimony / 5G

  • Public Testimony on Senate Side on Rep. Ehardt’s House Bill 500 Preventing Transgender from Participating in Sports.
  • Q&A Section of Prof. Martin Pall’s Talk on the Health Impacts of 5G.
  • UW Cancels In-Person Classes for Remainder of Winter Session Due to Corona Virus.
  • Former WSU Provost Mitzi Montoya Settlement Included $460,000 Salary and Professorship in Carson College of Business.
  • Idaho House State Affairs Committee Passes Idaho Public Records Act Exemptions for Lawmakers and Public Officials.
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Evening Report – Fri., Feb 15, 2019 – Latah Commissioners Pt. 2

  • Latah County Commissioners Discuss Poverty-Related Issues.
  • Two US Citizens Sue Border Patrol for Detention for Speaking Spanish in Havre, MT Store.
  • Portland City Leaders Vote to Withdraw from FBI’s Joint Terrorism Task Force because of Targeting of Leftists.
  • Idaho Lawmakers Consider Bill to Spend More General Fund Money on Highways.
  • Washington Lawmakers Propose Exemption to Open Records Law Only for Legislators.
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Evening Report – Wed., Mar 1, 2016 – 2 Tier Drivers Licenses

  • Washington Senate Approves Creating 2-Tier Drivers License System to Partially Comply with the Federal Real ID Act
  • Idaho Senate Kills Article V Constitutional Convention Bill
  • New Bill Would Exempt Legislative E-mails from Idaho Open Records Act
  • Key Idaho Lawmaker Says Legislation Closing Health Care Insurance Gap Unlikely


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