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Evening Report – Mon., Nov 15, 2021 – Idaho Legislature

  • House Committee Discusses Bill Preventing Private Employers from Having Vaccine Mandates.
  • J-FAC Kills Bill that Would Have Created $2 Million Federal Overreach Defense Fund Because State Already Has Accounts to Pay Outside Attorneys.
  • Federal Judge Hears Arguments on Endangered Species Act Protections for Wolves.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Fri., Oct 29, 2021 – Moscow School Board Candidates

  • Interviews with all 4 Moscow School Board Candidates: Kendra Pickard, Ken Faunce, Tim Halvorson & Brian Kennedy.
  • Gov. Jay Inslee Announces End to Eviction Moratorium Bridge & Says Leveling Off Of New Covid Case Reduction is Concerning.
  • US Senators Call For Returning Endangered Species Act Protection to Wolves.
  • ASUI Favors Continued Mask Rules at University of Idaho.
  • 2 New Covid Deaths in Whitman County.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Wed., Sep 29, 2021 – Vice Article on Christ Church

  • Vice Publishes Article Based on 12 Interviews with Sexual Abuse Survivors and Former Logos School Students in Moscow’s Christ Church Community.
  • Coeur d’Alene School Board Backs off On Mask Proposal After Threatening Anti-Mask Mob Threatens to Break Into Meeting.
  • Whitman County Judge Sentences Three Former WSU Frat Members who Gave Drinks to Minors the Night a Pledge Died of Alcohol Poisoning in 2019.
  • Yellowstone Park Superintendent Speaks Out Against Killing of Yellowstone Wolves Under New Montana Hunting Rules.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Thu., Sep 16, 2021 – Statewide Crisis Standards of Care

  • Idaho Health Department Allows Overwhelmed Hospitals to Implement Crisis Standards of Care.
  • Far Right Legislative Leaders Consider Bills to Take Away Business Owners’ Freedom to Keep Their Employees Safe From Covid by Requiring Vaccines.
  • Biden Administration Says Federal Government May Need to Restore Endangered Species Act Protections for Wolves.
  • 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., Aug 2, 2021 – Giddings Doxxing Hearing

  • Rep. Priscilla Giddings Defiant in Idaho House Ethics Committee Hearing on Revealing Identity of Alleged Rape Victim’s Name and Photo.
  • Small Fire Saturday Afternoon Threatened WSU Buildings Before Firefighters Put It Out.
  • Oregon Wildlife Officials Approve Killing 3 Wolves in Eastern Oregon.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Tue., Jul 20, 2021 – Uncollectable Utilities

  • Moscow Council Declares $143,000 in Unpaid Utility Bills Uncollectable.
  • House Ethics Committee to Hold Hearing on Rep. Priscilla Giddings’ Doxxing of Alleged Rape Survivor.
  • Environmental Groups Sue Over Idaho’s New Wolf-Killing Law.
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Evening Report – Fri., Apr 30, 2021 – House Bill 377 Senate Debate

  • Monday’s Idaho Senate Debate on House Bill 377 on “Indoctrination,” which Gov. Little Signed Wednesday.
  • Moscow Committee Considers Public Art Policy Update.
  • Scaled Down Pandemic Renaissance Fair Slated for Tomorrow.
  • Former State & Federal Employees Write Gov. Little Opposing Wolf Killing Bill.
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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.
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Evening Report – Wed., Feb 24, 2021 – Pullman ‘End Racism Now’ Art

  • Pullman Council Reboots Call for Artists in End Racism Now Installation.
  • Bill in Idaho Legislature Would Require Lands Department to Bypass Attorney General’s Office Attorneys and Use More Expensive Private Law Firms.
  • Idaho Democrats Criticize Republican Legislative Priorities.
  • Bill in Legislature Allows More Widespread Wolf Hunting and Would End Seasons in Most Locations.
  • more.

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