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Evening Report – Thu., May 23, 2019 – Broadband Task Force

  • Idaho Gov. Brad Little Signs Executive Order Creating Broadband Task Force.
  • CIA Torture Contractors James Mitchell & John “Bruce” Jessen, Who Worked Out of Spokane, May Testify at 9-11 Military Tribunals at Guantanamo This Summer.
  • Washington Fish & Wildlife Department Has Messel-Sniffing Dog to Inspect Boats for Invasive Species.
  • WSU & Puyallup Tribe to Research Medical Cannabis in Joint Project.

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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 – Fri., May 3, 2019 – Legislative Wrap Pt. 2 / Workers Events

  • District 5 Idaho Legislators Talk about Recently Completed Session, Pt. 2
  • Workers Rally at Clearwater Paper in Lewiston.
  • Dedication for Workers who Died on the Job in Idaho held in Coeur d’Alene.
  • Washington County, Oregon is First Law Enforcement Agency to Use Amazon’s Facial Recognition System called ‘Rekognize.’
  • more.

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Evening Report – Tue., Apr 30, 2019 – Racist Postcards

  • Hundreds of Anonymous Postcards Sent to Moscow Addresses Mock LGBTQ Organizing.
  • Whitman County Commissioners Vote to Continue New Cannabis Business Moratorium.
  • Fatal Seattle Crane Accident Likely Caused by Early Removal of Pins during Crane Dismantling.

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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 17, 2019 – Little on Sideboards

  • Governor Brad Little says Sideboards Bill has Backup Work Requirement Language if Judge Strikes down Part of the Law.
  • WSU College Republicans Bring Right Wing Leader Known for Violent Clashes to Campus.
  • Moscow Planning and Zoning Commission Annual Report.
  • Golden Eagles Tracked in Yellowstone.

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Fri., Mar 1, 2019 – Inslee Announces for President

  • Washington Governor Jay Inslee Announces Bid for President.
  • Project Censored Director Mickey Huff Coming to the Palouse to Speak on Media Literacy and Suppressed News.
  • Idaho House Judiciary Committee Passes Bill to Reduce Mandatory Minimum Sentences.
  • Idaho Lieutenant Governor Janice McGeachin Publishes Facebook Photo Posing with White Supremacists.

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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 – Thu., Feb 21, 2019 – Idaho Hemp

  • Truckload of Industrial Hemp from Oregon Stays in Idaho Police Custody as Legislators Consider Bill to Make Hemp Legal.
  • Idaho House Health & Welfare Committee Kills Bills to Reverse Idaho’s Voter-Approved Medicaid Expansion.
  • Stop Animal Cruelty Now Calls for Fines against WSU for Harm during Animal Testing.
  • Senate President Pro-Tem Brent Hill says “Add the Words” will not Get a Vote This Year.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Tue., Feb 19, 2019 – Washington Health

  • Washington Bills Would Make Strides Towards Universal Health Care in Evergreen State.
  • Lawmakers in Olympia Propose Bill Requiring School Districts to Have Plan for Transgender Students.
  • Cell Phone Driving Ban Killed in Idaho Legislature.

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