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Quarantines, closures: Confusion reigns as schools reopen

Frightening calls from the school nurse. Waiting in vain for word from school officials. Canceled sports practices. Marching bands in quarantine. For countless families across the country, the school year is opening in disarray and confusion, with...

 

House COVID oversight panel demands documents from 4 states

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — The head of a congressional coronavirus oversight panel on Wednesday demanded Tennessee's Gov. Bill Lee and three other Republican governors provide documents showing how their states are combating the pandemic. "I am writin...

 

Some GOP officials urge charges for women who get abortions

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Anti-abortion rhetoric is intensifying ahead of midterm elections as officials in Republican-dominant states push legislation that would punish both doctors and patients, even though such laws are likely unconstitutional. In Ida...

 

Idaho lawmakers declare pornography a public health risk

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — A group of Idaho lawmakers on Friday approved a proposal declaring pornography a public health risk. "Pornography has and does have adverse impacts on all members of society. It leads to the abuse men, women and children,...

 

Report: 28 Idaho educators disciplined for misconduct

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Twenty-eight teachers in Idaho were disciplined the past school year for ethical misconduct ranging from inappropriate conduct with a student to substance abuse, according to a state regulator report released Wednesday. The Idah...

 

Interim committee punts on faith-healing recommendation

BOISE, Idaho (AP, Oct. 10, 2016) — A legislative panel will not submit a recommendation to the Idaho Legislature on whether or not the state's law allowing families to cite religious reasons for medical decisions without fear of being charged with...

 

Rarely used adultery charge still a felony in Idaho

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — When allegations erupted this summer that two Idaho lawmakers were caught in an extramarital affair, many supporters were quick to say their actions were a mistake, not a crime. However, in Idaho, adultery has been considered a... Full story

 

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