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Evening Report – Mon., Jun 3, 2019 – Orca Calf

  • New Southern Resident Orca Born.
  • Gov. Little Kicks off New Idaho Education Task Force.
  • Idaho Insurance Dept. Wants Public Input on One of the Medicaid Expansion Sideboards.
  • UI to Lead 2 Year Study on Climate Change Impacts on Idaho Economy.

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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 – 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 – Mon., May 6, 2019 – Inslee Climate Plan

  • Gov. Inslee Releases Climate Change Recovery Plan as Part of Presidential Run.
  • Judge Gallina Pleads Not Guilty to Rape Charge.
  • Ongoing Habitat Restoration for Hangman Creek on Coeur d’Alene Reservation with Hopes for Salmon Return Someday.
  • Woman who Wants Federal Government to Reinstate Travel Privileges to Austrian ‘Generation Identity’ Head Linked to New Zealand Massacre was Leading Pizzagate Proponent.
  • Possible Arson in Pullman.
  • Pipe Bomb Found in Pullman.
  • more.

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Wed., Mar 27, 2019 – Medicaid Sideboards Held Up

  • Idaho Senate Health & Welfare Committee Holds Medicaid Sideboards Bill in Committee.
  • Pullman Council Approves Lawson Gardens Event Center Design.
  • ICL Says Salmon & Steelhead Heading for Potential Extinction, Dams Should be Revoved.

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Evening Report – Fri., Mar 8, 2019 – Medicaid Expansion Sideboard Hearing

  • Most Speak Against John Vander Woude’s Medicaid Sideboard Bill.
  • Federal Government Might Limit Fishing to Help Orcas.
  • Interior Dept. Proposes Taking Wolves off Federal Endangered Species List Nationwide.

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Evening Report – Mon., Mar 4, 2019 – Medicaid Work Requirement

  • House Committee Introduces Bill putting Work Requirements on Idaho Medicaid Recipients.
  • Rep. Grow Sponsors Bill to Make it Virtually Impossible to Put a Citizen Initiative on the Idaho Ballot.
  • Several Bills in Washington Legislature would Regulate Guns.
  • Biologists Predict Low Salmon Returns this Year Due to the “Blob.”

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Evening Report – Thu., Jan 24, 2019 – Indigenous Consultation

  • UI Anthro/Sociology Grad Student Explains Consultation with Native Tribes that Hunt & Fish in Alaska’s Katmai National Park.
  • Idaho Superintendent of Public Instruction Sherri Ybarra Asks for $8 Million Increase in K-12 Funding.
  • Port of Lewiston Commissioners Send Letter to Gov. Jay Inslee Saying his Proposed Dam Breaching Study Allocation is Redundant.
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Evening Report – Mon., Jan 21, 2019 – MLK Breakfast / Women’s March

  • Portland State University Black Studies Chair Shirley Jackson on Diversity at Latah County Human Rights Task Force MLK, Jr. Breakfast.
  • UUCP Pastor Elizabeth Stevens at Women’s March on the Palouse
  • More Orcas Dying in Even Numbered Years.
  • Community College Presidents Present Proposed Budgets to Idaho Legislature’s Joint Finance-Appropriations Committee.

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Evening Report – Thu., Jan 10, 2019 – Education Stabilization

  • Idaho Legislative Committee Hears Report on Education Stabilization Fund; Takes no Action after $16.6 Million Withdrawal.
  • Concern over National Register of Historical Places Designation along Lochsa River.
  • Pullman Police Settle Excessive Force Claim for $500,000.
  • US Army Corps of Engineers Move Forward with Environmental Impact Statement on Dams & Salmon.
  • more.

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