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Evening Report- Mon., Mar 9, 2020 – Diversity

  • Idaho House Kills Higher Ed Budget Over Diversity and Inclusion.
  • Republican Rep. Heather Scott’s Bill Banning Affirmative Action Gets Hearing in Senate Committee.
  • District 5 Legislators Talk About Counties Paying for Medicaid Expansion, Abortion and Education.
  • Idaho & Washington Primaries Tuesday.
  • Washington to Use Less Stringent World Health Organization Protective Mask Standards for Health Care Workers instead of Centers for Disease Control Standard.
  • 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  • Most Panelists in Boise Say Idaho’s Faith Healing Exemption for Those who Let Children Die Should be Repealed.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 – Fri., Jan 10, 2020 – Sen. David Nelson

  • State Senator David Nelson of Moscow Discusses Legislative Priorities and Reacts to Republicans’ Legislation and Governor Brad Little’s Proposals.
  • Washington Liquor and Cannabis Control Board to Emphasize Compliance rather than Punitive Enforcement when Producers & Sellers Violate Marijuana Rules.
  • UI President C. Scott Green Releases Budget Reduction Targets.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Mon., Jan 6, 2019 – Little: State of the State

  • Idaho Governor Brad Little Presents Budget Priorities for Medicaid Expansion, Taxes & Education in State of the State Address.
  • 2 of 4 Units at Colstrip Power Plant to Shut Down Permanently This Week.
  • 2 Moscow Organizations Addressing Homelessness Rais $150,000 in December.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Tue., Dec 31, 2019 – Emissions Testing

  • Washington Ends Mandatory Vehicle Emissions Testing.
  • Pullman has Another Big Year for Construction Permits.
  • Only 52,000 Have Signed Up for Idaho Medicaid Expansion So Far; 91,000 Eligible.
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Evening Report – Wed., Nov 27, 2019 – Car Tab Measure Stopped

  • King Co. Judge Stops Implementation of Voter-Approved I-976, The Car Tab Measure.
  • University of Washington Center for Human Rights Documents Some ICE & Border Patrol Arrests At or Near Courthouses.
  • Moscow Committee Recommends Approval of Professional Services Agreement for ‘A’ Street Reconstruction Project.
  • Idaho Health & Welfare Taking Comments on Medicaid Expansion Mental Health Waiver.
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Evening Report – Mon., Nov 25, 2019 – Methanol Plant

  • Washington Dept. of Ecology says Backers of $2 Billion Methanol Plant Have Not Shown the Plant will Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions Worldwide.
  • Grizzly who Spent Summer in Idaho Now Back in Montana’s Cabinet Mountains.
  • Pullman Police Are Now Including the Possibility of Hazing in their Investigation of WSU Frat Member Samuel Martinez.
  • 42,000 Idahoans Have Signed up For Medicaid Expansion.
  • New Restaurant Planned for Former US Bank Space in Downtown Moscow.
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Evening Report – Thu., Nov 21, 2019 – BYU-Idaho Health Plan

  • BYU-Idaho Students Organize Against School’s Decision to Prohibit Medicaid as an Opt-Out to the School’s LDS Health Plan.
  • Federal Government Responds to Environmental Group’s Lawsuit Against Bear Baiting on USFS Land in Idaho & Wyoming.
  • FBI Cuts Ribbon on $100 Million Data Center Expansion in Pocatello.
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Evening Report – Thu., Nov 14, 2019 – Fire Departments

  • Agreement Between Moscow Volunteer Fire Dept. and Moscow Rural Fire District in the Works.
  • Police Say WSU Freshman’s Death Does Not Meet Legal Definition of Hazing.
  • Former Albion Resident Charged with Child Porn Manufacture Accused of Booby Trapping his Provo, Utah Home.
  • New BYU-Idaho Policy Prevents Students from Using Proof of Medicaid Coverage as Opt-Out for Mandatory Mormon Church-Established Health Coverage.
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Evening Report – Mon., Nov 4, 2019 – Election

  • Christ Church Pastor Doug Wilson Weighs in on Elections and Sets Fire to Palouse Field.
  • Daily News Spikes Story on Pris Urquidez Urging People not to Vote for Her Father.
  • Voters to go to Polls in City, School Board & Bond Elections in Washington & Idaho.
  • 35,000 Idahoans Have Already Signed up for Expanded Medicaid.
  • Idaho Tracking Reasons for Children Entering Foster Care.
  • more.

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