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Idaho Falls Chamber Out of the Box Lunch
When: Tuesday, December 3, 12 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Where: Pinecrest Event Center, North Ballroom, 560 E. Anderson, Idaho Falls
This is your opportunity to build your professional network and learn more about businesses in the community. Door prizes, introductions, and other interactions will make this a casual, fun opportunity to meet others and build your professional network. More info.
Kootenai County Dems Progressive Diners
When: Wednesday, December 4, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Where: Seasons Fresh Grill, 209 E Lakeside Ave, Coeur d'Alene, ID
Guest speaker Cory English will speak on: Rwanda, its history, people and culture; The Genocide of 1994 and reconciliation. More info and RSVP here.
Fremont County Republican Women Meeting
When: Wednesday, December 4, 7 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Where: Location varies
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- Report Finds Efficient Irrigation Technologies Can Have Complex Effects In Idaho And Beyond (Boise State Public Radio)
- Bloomberg’s presidential bid — and his ties to Idaho’s education debate (Idaho Education News)
- Taxing the wealthy to pay for education: Reclaim Idaho sets sights on new initiative (Times-News)
- Battle over initiative process could resume in 2020 (Times-News)
- War of words continues between Pocatello councilwoman and Bannock County commissioners after fracas (State Journal)
- Bieter posts that McLean volunteers said he’s backed by, part of ‘Basque mafia’ (Idaho Statesman)
- New law targeting uninsured drivers takes effect Jan. 1 (Post Register)
- Lawmakers dubious as local-option proposals resurface (Idaho Press)
- Governor accepts broadband report, but plans on hold until January (Idaho Business Review)
- Idaho issues temporary rules for hemp transportation (Capital Press)
- Finally, people know: Urban renewal adds to property tax pain (Idaho Freedom Foundation)
- AP: Swing-State Voters Skeptical of Impeachment (Free Beacon)
- Is it possible to impeach a president in a full employment economy? (New Criterion)
- ‘Sources of funding’: Ronan Farrow says Hillary Clinton cooled on him when he investigated #MeToo crimes (Washington Examiner)
- The New York Times’ long descent from credibility (New York Post)
- Moral grandstanding is making an argument just to boost your status. It’s everywhere. (Vox)
- Why TV networks may be afraid of investigative stories (Los Angeles Times)
- U.S. Posts First Month in 70 Years as a Net Petroleum Exporter (Bloomberg)
- Newsweek reporter fired for Trump Thanksgiving story blames editor (Washington Examiner)
- Michael Bloomberg’s Chinese appeasement (Spectator)
- Joe Biden munches wife Jill’s finger at Iowa campaign stop (New York Post)
- Harris aide, in resignation letter, says ‘I have never seen an organization treat its staff so poorly’ (FOX News)