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Evening Report – Thu., Apr 22, 2021 – Critical Race “Indoctrination”

  • Idaho House Quickly Passes Bill Prohibiting Indoctrination in Schools, One Day after Introduction.
  • Idaho Senate Passes Fetal Heartbeat Abortion Bill & Bill That Would Allow the Killing of 90% of the Wolves in Idaho.
  • Washington Legislators Reach Agreement on Limiting Tear Gas Use.
  • UI Student Newspaper the Argonaut to Cease Weekly Print Publication.
  • more.

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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 – Wed., Mar 3, 2021 – Attacks on Justice

  • J-FAC Approves Higher Ed Budget.  Right Wing Complains J-FAC’s $409,00 Cut From Boise State University Budget Isn’t Enough to Stop Social Justice and Diversity Programs on Campus.
  • Idaho House Votes to Kill Bill Accepting $6 Million in Federal Stimulus Money for Early Childhood Programs on Grounds Nonprofit SBOE Partner Might Have Social Justice Agenda.
  • Pullman City Council Subcommittee Suggests Changes to ‘End Racism Now’-Themed Public Art Proposal Process.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Thu., Feb 18, 2021 – Targeted Home Protests

  • Group Opposed to Threatening Protest Bill Shows Up at Co-Sponsor’s House in Caldwell.
  • Gov. Jay Inslee Outlines Plan to Increase Covid Testing for Schoolchildren and Teachers.
  • Idaho Ed Board To Consider Doing Away With Student Achievement Test Requirements.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Thu., Jul 9, 2020 – Idaho Schools Reopening Plan

  • Idaho Governor Brad Little and State Education Officials Present K-12 Reopening Plan.
  • UI & WSU Officials Scramble to Deal with Trump’s Order To Deport Foreign Students Who Don’t Take In-Person Classes.
  • Moscow Council Votes to Adopt 2020 Water & Sewer Utility Rate Study Recommending Sewer Rate Increases for the Next 4 Years.
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Evening Report – Wed., Jul 8, 2020 – Washington Masks

  • Gov. Inslee Reports Mask-Wearing Percentage has Increased, Criticizes Trump for Planning to Deport Foreign College Students.
  • WSU to Help with Covid-19 Testing in Eastern Washington.
  • 430 Confirmed and Probable Coronavirus Cases in Idaho; 2nd Highest One-Day Total.
  • Idaho State Board of Education to Discuss School Reopening Thursday.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Mon., Apr 27, 2020 – Rench & Lamar on Social Distancing

  • Latah County Commission Candidates Gabriel Rench and Tom Lamar on Social Distancing and Safety During Pandemic.
  • Gabriel Rench’s Speech to Supporters at April 20th Anti-Social Distancing Rally.
  • Interview with Tom Lamar about County Response to Corona Virus.
  • Moscow City Council to Hold Special Meeting Tuesday at 4 pm to Review City’s Response to Corona Virus Pandemic.
  • Idaho County Sheriff Doug Giddings Says He Won’t Enforce Gov. Little’s Stay-at-Home Order.
  • 2nd Anti Social Distancing Rally Friday in Lewiston.
  • 2nd Lewiston Life Care Resident Dies.
  • Superintendent of Public Instruction Sherri Ybarra Sues State Board of Education & Idaho Legislature.
  • Grizzly Tracks Found South of Grangeville.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Thu., Apr 16, 2020 – Idaho Schools Could Reopen

  • Idaho State Board of Education May Let Some Schools Re-open if they Meet Criteria.
  • Moscow Mayor Bill Lambert Reacts to Organization Representing Local Right Wing Churches Saying Churches Will Stop Social Distancing Among its Members Soon.
  • Eastern Washington Meat Plant is Corona Virus Hot Spot.
  • Moscow Recycling Center Re-opens Bins
  • more.

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Evening Report – Mon., Apr 6, 2020 – Schools/Ventilators

  • Washington and Idaho Extend Soft School Closures, Likely Cancelling In-Person Classes for Remainder of School Year.
  • Washington to Donate 400 Ventilators Back to National Stockpile to be Used Elsewhere.
  • Rep. Heather Scott Encourages Push Back Against Little’s Stay-at-Home Order.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Tue., Mar 24, 2020 – State Epidemiologist Hahn

  • Idaho State Epidemiologists Answers Questions about Pandemic Reaction.
  • Idaho State Board of Education Soft-Closes All K-12 Schools Until April 20th.
  • Washington Democratic Party says State will Send 46 Biden Delegates and 43 Sanders Delegates to National Convention.
  • Gov. Brad Little’s Communications Director says Governor Will Make a Decision whether to Veto Bills by Tues., March 31st.
  • Washington Gov. Jay Inslees List of Essential Businesses includes Pot Shops.
  • more.

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