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Evening Report – Tue., Apr 9, 2019 – “Toxic Matriarchy” Protest / Flooding / Medicaid Sideboards Signed

  • Hundreds Protest and Support Christ Church-Affiliated Speaker on “Toxic Matriarchy.”  Interviews with Protesters, Local Pastor Doug Wilson & Guest Speaker C. R. Wiley.
  • Governor Little Ignores Voters.  Signs Idaho Medicaid Sideboard Bill.
  • Flood Warning for Paradise Creek in Moscow & the Palouse River between Potlatch, ID & Palouse, WA.
  • Police Have Suspect in Pullman Pot Shop Robbery.
  • Montana has Medicaid Sideboards Bill Moving through Legislature.
  • Wolf Numbers Up in Oregon.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Mon., Apr 8, 2019 – Initiatives, Christ Church, Hemp

  • Rep. Sage Dixon Introduces 4 Separate Bills In Attempt to Reverse Gov. Little’s Veto of Initiative Bill or “Revenge on the Voters” Bill.
  • Protests Planned for Tonight Against Christ Church-Affiliated Toxic Matriarchy Talk on UI Campus.
  • Moscow Planning & Zoning Commission to Consider Changing Zoning Rules Regarding Educational Institutions in Central Business District.
  • Movement on Hemp Bill in Idaho Legislature.
  • Seattle Hempfest Organizer Steve Phun Discusses Issues in Post-Legalization Washington.
  • Sarah Frank of Legalize Idaho Discusses Medical Cannabis Initiative.

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Evening Report – Wed., Apr 3, 2019 – Medicaid Work Sideboards

  • House Committee Sends Medicaid Sideboards Bill to Floor for More Amendments.
  • Senate Passes Initiative Signature Requirements Trailer Bill.
  • New Hemp Bill Only Legalizing Transport Emerges after Bill Legalizing Hemp Stalls.
  • Washington Senate Committee Votes to End Personal Measles Vaccination Exemptions.
  • Rentable E-Bikes Coming to Moscow in August.

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Evening Report – Mon., Apr 1, 2019 – Hemp Bill Stalls

  • Hemp Bill Co-Sponsors in Idaho House Reject Amended Version Passed in Senate.
  • Idaho Senate State Affairs Committee Schedules Hearing on Initiative Signature Requirement Trailer Bill.
  • Washington House Passes 2-Year Budget.

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Evening Report – Thu., Mar 14, 2019 – UI Dairy

  • UI Plans Largest Research Dairy Farm in US for Southern Idaho.
  • Hearing at Capitol in Boise Tomorrow on Bill to Make Citizen Initiatives Virtually Impossible.
  • Truck Driver Killed at Port of Wilma.
  • 2 Guns Bills Pass in Idaho House.
  • Idaho Hemp Bill Makes it Out of Committee.

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Evening Report – Tue., Mar 12, 2019 – Affordable Housing

  • Moscow Affordable Housing Trust Asks City for Money for Townhouse Project.
  • Idaho House Minority Leader Slams Sen. Grow’s Initiative Hurdle Bill as “Retribution” for Medicaid Expansion.
  • Idaho Cannabis Coalition Submits Ballot Measure to Legalize Medical Marijuana.
  • Washington Senate Passes Bill to Vacate Misdemeanor Pot Convictions.

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Evening Report – Tue., Mar 5, 2019 – New St. Andrews Parking

    • Moscow Council Upholds Appeal of New St. Andrews College Parking Conditional Use Permit Allowing 300 More Full-Time Equivalent Students Downtown.
    • Objections to Bill to Add Work Requirements to Medicaid Expansion.
    • Whitman County Commission Imposes 6 Month New Cannabis Facility Moratorium.
    • UI Presidential Hopefuls Visiting Moscow This Week.

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Evening Report – Wed., Feb 27, 2019 – UI Presidential Finalists

  • State Board of Education Announces Five UI Presidential Finalists.
  • Washington Senate Passes Bill Adding “Immigration Status” to State Anti-Discrimination Law.
  • Company Wanting to Build Cannabis Growing and Research Facility Near WSU Knott Dairy Withdraws Application for Whitman County Zoning Change.
  • Idaho House Approves Governor Little’s Teacher Starting Salary Proposal.

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Evening Report – Wed., Feb 20, 2019 – Moscow Police Station

  • Moscow Council Puts $9.6 Million Dollar Police Station Construction Bond on the Ballot for May 21st.
  • Mayor Bill Lambert Expresses Support for Bond at State of the City Address.
  • Whitman County Commissioners to Consider Cannabis Facility Moratorium.
  • Bill Exempting Washington Legislators from Public Disclosure Likely Dead.

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Evening Report – Wed., Feb 6, 2019 – Farmers Mkt. Fees

  • Moscow Council Votes to Keep Saturday Farmers Market Fees the Same for the 2019 Season.
  • Idaho Lawmaker Proposes Constitutional Amendment that Party’s Would Change Equal Representation on Post-Census Redistricting Commissions to 4-3 in Favor of Majority Party.
  • UI President Staben Reports to Faculty Senate on Bennett Suspension and Last Wednesday’s Vandal Alert.
  • Bill in Washington Legislature to Limit Cannabis Billboards.
  • Idaho House Passes Ag Land Annexation Bill.

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