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Evening Report – Thu., Apr 15, 2021 – ID Anti-Drug Amendment Fails

  • Idaho House Kills Constitutional Amendment Freezing State Drug Laws that Would Have Pre-empted Medical or Recreational Cannabis.
  • State Board of Education Votes for Tuition Freeze.
  • Pullman Subcommittee Reports on ‘End Racism Now’-Themed Mural Process.
  • Spokane Police Dog Bite Victim sues.

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Evening Report – Mon., Mar 1, 2021 – Bill Limiting Initiatives Moves Forward

  • Idaho Senate Passes Bill Requiring Signatures from 6% of Registered Voters from All 35 Legislative Districts to Get an Initiative on the Ballot.
  • Panel Approves Constitutional Amendment for Legislature to Call Itself Back Into Session.
  • Idaho Senate Kills 12 Month Contraception Bill for 3rd Year in a Row.
  • Police Accountability Bills Move in the Washington Legislature.
  • Excerpts from Debate on Gag Bill to Criminalize Referring People to Health Care Facilities that Also Perform Abortions.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Tue., Jan 26, 2021 – Emergency Orders

  • Idaho House Votes 55-15 to End Gov. Little’s Stage 2 Emergency Declaration.  Floor Debate Excerpts.
  • Idaho Senate Committee Hears Testimony on Constitutional Amendment Proposal from Republican Sen. C. Scott Green Locking In Idaho Drug Laws.
  • Republican Rep. Chad Christensen of Idaho Falls Says He’s Drafting Articles of Impeachment Against Fellow Republican Gov. Brad Little.
  • Washington Health Excerpts Say It’s Time to Wear Better Masks Because of Emergence of Covid Variant.
  • Moscow Committee Recommends Creation of Wastewater Fee Schedule for City Businesses and Residents.
  • UI President C. Scott Green Touts Austerity Plan Which Eliminated University Departments, Programs, Degree Options and 160 Staff Positions.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Wed., Jan 13, 2021 – McMorris-Rodgers/Newhouse/Herrera-Buetler

  • McMorris-Rodgers Votes to Protect Trump; The 2 Other Republicans in Washington’s Congressional Delegation Vote to Impeach.
  • Newly-Sworn in Kootenai County Sheriff Says He Won’t Enforce Panhandle Health District’s Mask Ordinance, Calling it Unconstitutional and Unenforceable.
  • Idahoan Who Went Viral in Senate Chambers in Custody of US Marshalls Service.
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Evening Report – Thu., Dec 31, 2020 – Rowley: Last Statement as Pritchard Director

 

  • UI Pritchard Art Gallery Director Richard Rowley Releases Final Statement as Director.
  • Idaho State Police Urges Public to Wear Masks and Follow Capitol Social Distancing Rules during 2021 Legislative Session.
  • Former US Bank Building’s 2nd Floor at 3rd & S. Main in Moscow Converted into Small Office Rental.
  • Washington Liquor and Cannabis Board Votes to Suspend Spokane Valley Bar’s Liquor License for Staying Open Under Ban on In-Person Food & Drink Service.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Tue., Dec 29, 2020 – 4th Latah County Covid Death

  • 4th Coronavirus Fatality in Latah County is Man in his 70’s.
  • Whitman County Commissioners Adopt New Zoning Rules for Cannabis Agriculture Banning Outdoor Growing.
  • Lewiston Police Kill Man.
  • Moose Poached Near Potlatch.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Tue., Dec 15, 2020 – Health District Threats / Ice Rink

  • Boise Police Say They Have Received Threats from Anti-Maskers as Idaho Central Health District Board Votes Against Health Mandates.
  • Whitman County Not In Line To Receive First Covid-19 Vaccine Shipment.
  • Moscow Committee Recommends Spending $1 Million From Hamilton Estate Fund for Youth Recreation.
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Evening Report – Wed., Nov 25, 2020 – Inslee Pre-Thanksgiving

  • Gov. Inslee Discourages Superspreader Events at Thanksgiving.
  • Bonner County Sheriff Daryl Wheeler Says he Won’t Do His Job to Enforce Mask Law, Says His Department is Fighting “Real Crime.”
  • Gov. Little’s Coronavirus Advisory Committee Allocates $5 Million in CARES Act Money for Traveling Nurses.
  • Biden Cabinet Nominees Blinkin & Kerry Have Idaho Ties.
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Evening Report – Wed., Nov 18, 2020 – Pullman Police Vacancies

  • Pullman Council Passes Next Year’s Budget with Small Tax Increase.
  • Pullman Police Chief Jenkins Asks to Fill 4 Long-Vacant Positions.
  • Idaho Doctors Say Citizens Facing Rationed Care.
  • Inslee Chooses New Health Department Director.
  • 81.2% Voter Turnout in Idaho
  • more

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Evening Report – Thu., Oct 29, 2020 – 2 Deaths, “Bleak” Outlook

  • 2 More Whitman County Covid-19 Deaths.
  • Idaho Passes 600 Deaths.
  • Whitman County Health Director Says There’s a Bleak Outlook for Covid-19 In County This Winter.
  • Pullman School Board Approves Reopening Plan.
  • Spokane Council Wants Police to Enforce State Law Against Gatherings of Armed Militias.
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