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Abortion · Idaho
Idaho governor signs ban on ‘abortion trafficking’
Republican Idaho Gov. Brad Little on Wednesday signed into law a new bill making it a crime for an adult to help a minor obtain an abortion or abortion pills out-of state without parental permission. See the Story
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Politics · Boise
Idaho Senate passes ban on gender-affirming care for minors
The Idaho Senate on Monday voted 22-12 to pass a bill criminalizing gender-affirming healthcare for minors, one month after the state House passed similar legislation.See the Story
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Idaho · Idaho
Idaho bill would repeal law banning private militias. Here’s how senators voted
Idaho Senate passes bill that would repeal state law prohibiting private militias. Law currently not enforced, but legal experts say removing the statute would limit obstructions. Similar statutes have been used to prosecute paramilitary activity in other states. The bill heads to the House, which overwhelmingly passed the Idaho National Guard bill last year.See the Story
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Boise · Boise
Another Idaho hospital to stop delivering babies, cites ‘labor and delivery staffing’
Valor Health, the only hospital in Emmett, will no longer provide labor and delivery services. A news release from the hospital cited financial challenges and an ongoing staffing crisis as the reasons. The hospital plans to provide care for existing patients through June 1. After June 1, the hospital said it plans to send its patients to health systems outside Gem County.See the Story
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Boise · Boise
That probe into a racist ex-Boise Police captain? We’ll soon learn the results.
Boise Mayor Lauren McLean says she's committed to investing in safety, justice and accountability. She says the investigation into the racist agenda of a former Boise police captain is an important step. McLean: "I wasn't shy about being disappointed because, at least here in Boise, we don't give up on people"See the Story
Dick Fosbury, Blaine County Commissioner and track and field star, dies at 76
Dick Fosbury, a Blaine County Commissioner and former USA Track & Field Olympian, died at the age of 76 on Sunday after a recurrence of cancer. He was best known to most outside the valley for his pioneering strategy to launch his body over the high jump bar backward as a track and field athlete. He used this technique, known as the 'Fosbury Flop,' to win the gold medal at the 1968 Mexico City Olympics. Now, it's by far the most common strategy for high jump athletes.See the Story
Resurrected bills take aim (again) at COVID-19 vaccines
Governor Brad Little vetoed last year's Pause Act, calling it government overreach. The Senate was unable to override the veto. The new version, SB1130, is only slightly different from a year ago. It also codifies the executive order signed by Gov. Little in 2021 banning the state from requiring vaccines for employment or services.See the Story
Idaho · Idaho
Idaho Hispanic college enrollment grows to new highs
A national survey shows a significant increase in Hispanic enrollment. In Idaho, data collected from college institutions show they have a greater percentage than the national average. Latinas and Latinos comprise about 13% of the population in Idaho, according to the 2020 Census. But even with a small relative population, Idaho universities statistics show more Latinos attending classes.See the Story