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Evening Report – Wed., May 22, 2019 – Police Bond Passes

  • Moscow Police Station Bond Passes.
  • Inslee Signs Sanctuary State Bill.
  • Inslee Orders More Money Spent on Court-Ordered Culvert Improvements to Help Salmon Access Habitat.
  • Matriarch Orca Dies.
  • Moscow Elected Officials Get Small Pay Boost.

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Evening Report – Tue., May 21, 2019 – Police Chief Fry

  • Moscow Police Chief James Fry Talks about Police Station Bond Election.
  • Latah County Commissioners Submit Budget Request for Drug Sniffing Dog, 5 New Patrol Cars.
  • Moscow Sustainable Environment Commission to Hear from Smart Meter Advocate Paul Kimmel of Avista and EMF Backer Robert Olsen.

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Evening Report – Mon., May 20, 2019 – Local Election Previews

  • Moscow Voters Go To the Polling Station Tuesday to Vote on the $9.64 Million General Obligation Bond, Which Includes $7.89 Million for New Police Station.
  • Whitepine School District Patrons Will Vote on 1-Year, $880,000 Supplemental Levy Tuesday.
  • Two Contested Pullman City Council Races in November.
  • Whitman County Filing Deadline Passes; There Will be a Few Contested Races in November.
  • Governor Inslee Expands Drought Declaration to Half of State.

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Evening Report – Thu., May 9, 2019 – Orca Bills

  • Inslee Signs 5 Bills to Help Orcas.
  • Man who Released Rep. Shea’s Chat Logs says Lawmaker is Dangerous.
  • Pullman Mayor Glenn Johnson to Run for 5th Term.
  • Crews Contain Wildlife Near Harvard.
  • Vape Store Owners say New Washington Vape Liquid Tax Might Put them Out of Business.

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Evening Report – Wed., Apr 24, 2019 – Idaho Legislative Wrap Up

  • District 5 Idaho Lawmakers Discuss Medicaid Expansion Sideboards, Revenge on Voters Act, Education & Hemp at Session Wrap-Up Panel.
  • 9th Circuit Court of Appeals Reinstates Environmental Lawsuit Against Federal Wildlife Services Over Wolf Killing Program.  Interview with Gary McFarlane of FOC.
  • Pullman Hospital Bond Likely Didn’t Get Enough Votes to Pass.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Tue., Apr 23, 2019 – Rep. Matt Shea & Far Right

  • Criticism of Republican Rep. Matt Shea of Spokane Valley for Offering to do Background Checks on Progressives in Chat Conversation Advocating Violence Against Them.
  • Idaho Medical Marijuana Initiative Gets Critical Legal Review.
  • UI Plans $8 Million Meat Science Building Next to ASUI Kibbie Dome.
  • State Board of Education Names Marlene Tromp as Boise State University President.
  • Moscow Plans Street Slurry Seal Treatments.

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Evening Report – Wed., Apr 10, 2019 – Initiative Limitations

  • Idaho House Passes First of 4 Proposed Initiative Limitations Bills Intended to Reverse Governor Little’s Veto.
  • J-FAC Approves Money for Medicaid Sideboards.
  • Flooding Impacts Pullman, Moscow & Rural Areas during Heavy Rainstorm.
  • Pullman Mayor Glenn Johnson Gives Updates in State of the City Address.
  • 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 – Fri., Apr 5, 2018 – Little Veto on Initiative Bill

  • Gov. Brad Little Veto on Bill to Make Initiatives Almost Impossible in Idaho.
  • Idaho Senate Passes Medicaid Expansion Work Requirement Sideboards.  Calls for Veto.
  • Moscow Council Discusses Citizen Survey for Educational Institutions in Downtown Business District.
  • Washington Senate Passes 2-Year Budget.

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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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