Monthly Archives: January 2020

Evening Report – Fri., Jan 24, 2020 – Forest Plan/Moscow Voting

  • Friends of the Clearwater Critiques Draft Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forest Plan.
  • Latah County Clerk Henrianne Westberg Discusses Election Process & New UI Pitman Center Polling Place for Moscow.
  • Moscow City Attorney Drafting Franchise Agreement Ordinance for Anticipated 5G Wireless Technology Rollout.
  • The Base, Considered Neo-Nazi Terrorists, Purchase Remote Land in Ferry County for Military Training; “Honeypot” Suspected.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Thu., Jan 23, 2020 – Pitman Center Voting

  • Latah County Planning new Pitman Center Polling Place for 2 Precincts with UI Students.
  • UI Professors who Studied Wildfires in Australia Last Year Compares Fire Risks in Australia with Western US.
  • Idaho House Committee to Consider Tax Bills
  • 2nd Grizzly Spotted in North Central Idaho last Fall.
  • Washington Legislative Democrats May not Try to Expel Republican Rep. Matt Shea
  • Mass Shooting in Seattle’s Westlake Center Leaves One Dead.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Wed., Jan 22, 2020

  • Moscow Council Approves RV’s, Tiny Houses & Modular Homes in Mobile Home Parks.
  • Testimony For and Against K-12 Science Common Core Standards in Idaho.
  • Pacwest’s Puts Silicon Smelter Plans for Newport, WA on hold.
  • Friends of the Clearwater Plans Protest at Nez Perce-Clearwater Moscow Meeting on Draft Forest Plan Saturday.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Tue., Jan 21, 2020 – Gun Magazine Size

  • Washington Senate Committee Considering Gun Control Measures including Limits on Magazine Size.
  • Idaho Rep. Heather Scott Introduces Bill to Limit Local Bond Elections.
  • Emily and Garrett Strizich win Latah County Human Rights Task Force Human Rights Award for Spearheaded Medicaid Expansion Ballot Initiative.
  • Idaho College Presidents say They Don’t Want to Compete for State Money.
  • Most Panelists in Boise Say Idaho’s Faith Healing Exemption for Those who Let Children Die Should be Repealed.
  • Bill in Washington Senate Would Protect Student Immigrants.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Mon., Jan 20, 2020 – Voting Rights

  • MLK Breakfast Talk on Voting Rights.
  • Competing Rallies for Women’s Rights and Anti-Abortion in Moscow.
  • UI President C. Scott Green Tells Joint Budget Committee about Painful Budget Cuts.
  • Rep. Matt Shea Tells Gun Rights Ralliers in Olympia to Never Back Down.
  • Washington Senate Passes Bill to Prevent Discrimination Based on Immigration Status.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Fri., Jan 17, 2020 – English Common Core

  • Excerpts from Idaho House Education Committee English Common Core Hearing.
  • Panelists at State Capitol Mostly Oppose Idaho’s Faith Healing Exemptions which allow Children to Die from Untreated Medical Conditions.
  • Washington Senate Votes to Ban Single-Use Plastic Bags.
  • Washington Senate Bill would Protect Immigration Information on Students Held by Schools.
  • Expelled Felon Rep. John Green of Post Falls Hid Money from Gold Sales for Clients.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Thu., Jan 16, 2020 – Rep. Green Kicked Out

  • Idaho House Votes Unanimously to Expel Republican Rep. John Green of Post Falls after Felony Conviction in Texas.
  • UI President C. Scott Green Says Lower Out-of-State Tuition & Tuition Freeze May Help with Enrollment Numbers & Deficit.
  • Idaho Legislature’s Change in Employee Compensation Committee Recommends 2% Raises for State Employees; 4% Raises for those Holding Hard-to-Fill Positions.
  • Snow Shoveling Shirkers in Pullman & Moscow Will Get Compliance Education before Tickets.
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Evening Report – Wed., Jan 15, 2020 – English Common Core

  • Idaho House Education Committee Hears More Than 3 Hours of Testimony For and Against English Common Core Standards.
  • Washington Governor Jay Inslee Puts Emphasis on Homelessness in His State of the State Address.
  • Pullman Council Gives Go Ahead for 212 Unit Housing Complex Near North Grand Avenue & Albion Drive.
  • Illegal Dumping at Closed Syringa Mobile Home Park East of Moscow.
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Evening Report – Tue., Jan 14, 2020 – Moscow Mobile Home Parks

  • Moscow Council to Hold Public Hearing on allow Modular Homes & Tiny Houses in Mobile Home Parks.
  • 5 Former Idaho Fish and Game Commissioners Call for Review of Fish & Game 1998 Determination on Dam Breaching.
  • Federal Judge Allows Justice Dept. Hanford Overbilling Lawsuit Against Lockheed Martin and Mission Support Alliance to Proceed.
  • Sen. Maryanne Jordan Introduces Add the Words Legislation in Boise as Personal Bill.
  • Idaho Legislation Would Prevent Party Switching during Runup to Presidential Primaries.

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Evening Report – Mon., Jan 13, 2020 – WA Privacy Bill

  • Two Washington Lawmakers Working on Bill to Protect Personal Data and Regulate Facial Recognition Technology.
  • Moscow Will Try for Pedestrian Safety Grant Money for Roundabout at West ‘A’ & Baker Streets.
  • Idaho Senate Tax Committee Chair Jim Rice Proposes Raising Sales Tax from 6% to 7%.
  • Idaho Legislature & Treasurer’s Office Spend $200,000 on Litigation in Fight Over Office Space in the State Capitol.
  • more.

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