17 Burst results for "Idaho Supreme Court"

"idaho supreme court" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

04:32 min | 10 months ago

"idaho supreme court" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"This was a time when you let your kids go out and play even after dark in the ARD. We. Just kind of cut that off because. Well. It wasn't a safe environment. Though panties arrests might not change the impact that anals disappearance out on the community peters went on to say it felt really good to finally see an arrest made in the case. Greely Mayor John Gates. Speaking to the Greeley trip by the way really mayor John Gates will join us this morning at eight thirty five. But Mayor Gates said we all hoped and indeed we did this day would come. I guess proof that even cases that are cold that have been unsolved for thirty, four, thirty, five years can be solved with a lot of diligence. Mayor Gates who also serves as chief of safety and security at Greeley Evans School district six as you're well aware spent twenty five. Working. At the Greeley Police Department. He said not only from his experience with the department, but since his retirement. The Greeley PD has never put this case on the shelf. Gates said this case has been actively worked for thirty five years. Probably paid huge dividends I'm happy for the family, the police officers and the community because this is about a thirty six year old case. And when I first heard the news I got goosebumps. I'm happy for everyone involved. It looks like a substantial step towards clearing it all up. Now, the indictment doesn't explain why painting might have targeted Donell but it does detail number of connections between him and the Matthews family and numerous inconsistent and suspicious statements. Panky has made over the years. That includes detail of the crime scene, not previously made available to the public. panky would watch school children walk home from Franklin Middle School. We're matthews went to school according to the indictment. Panky also attended the Sunny View Church of the Nazarene until about June nineteen, seventy eight. and. The Matthews family joined that same church that summer. Now in an interview back in March of Nineteen ninety-five. panky stated. that. Two Police Officers Live in the same block as journal. Which started and? Familiarity, with her neighborhood, the indictment goes on to say panky also discussed the critical piece of evidence from the Matthew's House law enforcement actually withheld from the public. Specifically Rake used to obliterate show shoe impressions in the snow. Prosecutors noted in the indictment that panky intentionally inserted himself in the investigation many times over the years claiming to have knowledge of the crime. Those, claims became inconsistent and incriminating over time. He filed pleadings in many cases that contain direct and veiled statements about Chanel. For example, in one, thousand, nine, hundred, nine, pleading feel filed with the Idaho. Supreme Court he argued that if the court ruled in a certain fashion and these are his words quote, it is reasonable for the appellant to believe he would get the death penalty penalty for revealing the location of Janelle Matthews Body close quote. He also wrote without a deal. This case will never be solved according to the indictment panky repeatedly demanded immunity in exchange for information he to possess about two now's murder in an April two, thousand, three court pleading. He asserted. The Family should be informed that John died before crossing tenth street. And not to give the family, hope. panky stated in an August twenty thirteen letter. About a week after the fact, I realized a blanket or comforter quilt also disappeared from the Matthew's house. Some experiences he said are hard to forget..

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"idaho supreme court" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"idaho supreme court" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"At the November issue other stories the Idaho Supreme Court affirmed the lower court's decision to uphold a lifetime CD L. band hi court determined what it means to be a CDL holder within both state and federal regulations that's why it had to go all the way up to the High Court according to the documents Bruce Edwards received a class A. CDL March of twenty eleven in April of the following year he was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol now although that first arrest did not lead to a do you why conviction he did have his license suspended for ninety days consequently his CD L. privileges were revoked for one year so that's may of twenty twelve to may of twenty thirteen well it's January of twenty thirteen again while his CDL is revoked he was arrested for a second do you why this time is non commercial license would be suspended for a year a CDL privileges would be revoked for life effective March twenty thirteen that that's in the green book forty nine CFR three three a three point five one for a second conviction or refusal to be tested in a separate incident of a do you why well operated a non commercial vehicle or A. C. L. P. or CDL they must be disqualified from operating ace commercial motor vehicle for life you know it's like two strikes you're out you're done for life well and we're is was litigating those suspensions he was arrested for a third do you why June of twenty thirteen transportation of opera notify them that if they intended to impose a mandatory lifetime disqualification on his CD he he argued well wait a minute once my CDL was suspended after that first for a year my arrest in twenty twelve well I was effectively stripped of my CD I I was not technically a CDL holder at the time of that second do you watch see what I'm saying well because neither the state nor federal regulation defines a quote holder who is a CDL holder the High Court turned to dictionary definitions accordingly someone is no longer a holder of a license once they are divested of ownership or a possession of the license an examination of title forty nine as a whole though disclosures there is a distinction between a license and the privileges granted by that license because of this distinction Edwards was still a holder of a CDL at those relevant times in other words arrest number two an arrest number three essentially Edwards ability to drive a commercial vehicle was revoked but he maintained ownership of a CDL then I guess at this point in time you say Hey dude you tried to fight in the courts find another line of work you're not getting a commercial license you will be driving truck anymore right hello shadow chaser the audit on doing all right what's happening our yard for word mark a lot a lot yeah yeah well actually one night they are so I thought that the whole what what are you doing here so did not put you off the exit the idea of is it backed up pretty good or not too bad yeah well yeah I saw a lot of bad weather hello Richard Donner right now it's all I.

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"idaho supreme court" Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"idaho supreme court" Discussed on Opening Arguments

"A waiver of your right to an appeal right but called an appeal waiver. It says, hey, I've pled guilty to ex and in doing so I have knowingly and voluntarily agreed to be sentenced for the crime to which I'm pleading guilty. And also, I agree that I'm giving up my right to appeal any sentence or anything related to this crime. Right. That's what pleading guilty meets right, but an appeals waiver. And this is the technical issue that the supreme court was considering an. Heels waiver does not wave everything right? There are some things that you can't waive your right to appeal. This is not the issue here. There was in fact, new issue here for the reason that I'm about to present. But for example, one of the things you can't agree to as an appellate waiver. Is you can't agree to waive your right to appeal on the basis of ineffective assistance of counsel right there? Other things to which you are prohibited from giving up when you file your a pellet waiver. Okay. So what actually happened in this case in this case plea bargain appellate waiver? The client said, hey, I want to appeal after getting a sentence longer than what he expected and the lawyer said, yeah. Yeah. Fine and never filed the notice of appeal now. Wow. Okay. Now again, you wanna steal man the other side, right? Maybe the lawyer was thinking great like you signed a deal contains an appellate waiver. Right. No, right. There's no grounds upon which you would appeal. Right. But that would be a form of of of attorney misconduct right because appellate waivers do not necessarily wave one hundred percent of of your appeal rights. Right. So you gotta do what your client tells you to do lawyer didn't and now in this collateral proceeding. Garza says, hey, that's ineffective assistance of counsel. And the supreme court six to three says. Yeah, it is and the specific issue there. So this is a good decision. We need to the good before we get to the terrifying. That the specific issue was the Idaho supreme court ruled that you had to identify the particular prejudice. That would have come about. This is also something we talked about when we were doing our lawful movies on proven innocent. Try like it's not enough to show. Oh that your attorney made a mistake. Typically, you have. You heard that the mistake would Matt right? Exactly. And like tripped on his shoelaces when he walked into court one day so innocent ineffective like now. It's gotta be something material. Yes. Exactly. Right. And so the supreme court has a long standing line of precedent. That says, hey, when your attorney fails to file a notice if appeal on your behalf, you don't have to demonstrate prejudice, right? The the prejudice is presumed right? And here the Idaho supreme court and the lower appellate court said. Yeah, we get the prejudices presume, but that it shouldn't be in a case like this right because he'd already given up his rights to appeal. So that makes no sense. And supreme court said, you know, what we're not going to change the law on that the that that. An appeal waiver is not a waiver of all of your appellate writes, your lawyer has to provide minimum basic competent counsel. And we think failure to file a notice of appeal falls below that standard of arguments is brought to you by vistaprint. You know, when I started my podcast or actually when I had truthfully when I'd already started several podcasts. I finally finally occurred to my wife, Lydia that maybe I need some business cards. So she popped onto vistaprint and ordered me some business cards, and I love them. It's super cool..

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"idaho supreme court" Discussed on Atheist Nomads

Atheist Nomads

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"idaho supreme court" Discussed on Atheist Nomads

"And if you look at the layout at the of the state, there is no good way to draw three districts unless Boise is a district. This is how kids kill cod podcasts. The mike. The Idaho supreme court has ruled against the Idaho. Freedom foundation. The citing the voter mandated, Medicaid expansion is legal. So now, we just need the legislature to figure out how to fund it. Right. And so I loved reading into this and something where where the foundation basically was saying that the federal government would have their hands too much into it. And then the supreme court's like, no, we're not gonna listen to you. Because Medicaid is already already has federal governments plus a whole bunch of other programs. So basically like shut the fuck up and go away. So annoying. Yes. You're wasting our time as of recording. There are lease fifty two confirmed measles cases in Washington and foreign origin. My this is how the positive effect of a five hundred percent increase in demand for the memoir in Clark county, meaning that a lot of vaccine hesitant parents have accepted reality now that they've seen measles in their own community right inning to Merrick and. Some kind of flower doesn't help. You know, essential oils turmeric Cardamom, and there's some curry powder, and oh, wait a second. Guess butter chicken going on here. Good for food not for preventing to cider vinegar..

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"idaho supreme court" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

10:06 min | 2 years ago

"idaho supreme court" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Daniele has low NPR news, Washington anti-trust authorities in Germany are restricting how Facebook can collect data in their country NPR's. Daniel estrin has more from Berlin. Germany's antitrust office says Facebook has unfairly collected data on its users from outside the social network, and then assign that data to users Facebook accounts Facebook requires users to agree to the practice. The German ruling says Facebook subsidiaries like what's happened Instagram may continue to collect user data. But cannot assign the data to German users Facebook accounts without their permission German authorities called it an abuse Facebook's market, dominance, and ordered the social network to restrict the practice and stop it completely within a year. Facebook says it rejects the decision and will appeal it said in a statement that its data sharing policy quote helps us improve people's safety including blocking accounts related to terrorism. Daniel estrin, NPR news, Berlin, you're listening to NPR. News. President Trump is expected to attend the national prayer breakfast this hour in Washington every president has attended since the event began during the Eisenhower administration this year. The event is co chaired by Delaware democratic Senator Chris coons and Oklahoma Republican Senator James Langford in November majority of voters in deep red Idaho approved an expansion of Medicaid. The move was challenged by a conservative group. Mad Gillam Boise state public radio reports Idaho's highest court has backed the voters decision. According to the Idaho supreme court, Medicaid expansion is legal in the gem state. The court called the challenge from the Idaho. Freedom foundation meritless on persuasive and dismissed it the foundations argument alleged wording, the proposed measure gave too much control to the federal government and the state's department of health and welfare by referencing federal law and the expansion Bill. The freedom foundation argued Idaho was chaining itself to Medicaid, even if federal policy on the program shifted in funding for it evaporated, a majority of the Idaho Justice. Didn't buy it and said, many state statutes reference federal laws. Idaho's expanded Medicaid is expected to provide coverage to some sixty two thousand low income residents while the measure has cleared the courts state, lawmakers are still debating attaching restrictions like a work requirement to it for NPR news. I met Gillerman Boise. The president of the European Commission has told United Kingdom Prime Minister Theresa may that the EU will not renegotiate the Brexit deal. They worked out together may seeking to reopen the talks since her administration's Brexit plan was rejected by UK lawmakers. The EU says there won't be any new talks, I'm korva Coleman. NPR news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include Amazon web services working to help millions of customers from startups to enterprises governments transform their industries with secure a already cloud services. Learn more at AWS is how dot com. This is morning edition from NPR news. I'm David Greene in Culver City, California. And I'm Steve Inskeep. In Washington, DC, Alexandria, or Cossio Cortez is among the most famous members of congress and for now among the less. Influential a freshman in a house where seniority counts her status is reflected in her new office down a distant corridor of an office building on Capitol Hill. I picked the office that was arguably the furthest walk from the capital which allowed her staff a bit more space. So you're like effectively living in the suburbs to get a bigger house. Exactly. That's exactly the truth. I mean, we met ocasio Cortez inside that office sunlight fell through the oversized window onto her fuchsia suit. Her office is still a fraction of the size of the committee chairman who hold real power in congress, though, she has something they do not the twenty nine year olds a media star. She has been since she upset leading democrat. Pratt and a New York City primary last year her surprise victory cast her as a party insurgent her label as a democratic. Socialist also alarmed conservatives who now see her face constantly on Fox News today. She tries to leverage her fame. She joins dozens of other lawmakers proposing an environmental and economic plan called the green new deal even the solutions that we have considered big of bowls are nowhere near the scale of the actual problem that climate change presents to us to our country into the world. You can find the green new deal resolution on our website today. NPR is the first to publish this. Call to transform the economy. It's a resolution calling for massive increases in renewable energy production like wind and solar. It would have the United States set a goal to become carbon neutral in ten years, which is a very ambitious timeline. This resolution says what should be done, but offers few specifics on how to do it that would have to come in later. Legislation. Instead the congresswoman aims to promote big goals. Why in this resolution? Do you make a point of saying the United States bears disproportionate responsibility for the problem piece? I think we do and if we want the United States to continue to be a global leader, then that means we have to lead on the solution of this issue. And I think that it is completely wrong to point fingers at other developing nations and to say, well, China's doing this and India's doing that and Russia's doing this when we can just choose to lead. And we don't have to hold ourselves to a lower bar. You're talking about things that obviously would cost a lot of money. I know you'd rather think of it as an investment rather than a cost. But it is just certainly a lot of money. You don't specify where it's going to come from other than saying it will all pay for it. So I think the first thing that we need to do is is kind of break the mistaken idea that taxes pay for a hundred percent of government expenditure. It's just not how. How government expenditure works we can recoup costs. But oftentimes you look at for example, the GOP tax cut, which I think was an irresponsible use of government expenditure. But government projects are often financed by a combination of taxes deficit spending and other kinds of of investments, you know, bonds and the deficit spending is borrowing money that has to be paid back eventually through taxes. Yeah. And I think it will. I think that is always the cracks in it. So when we decide to to go into the realm of deficit spending we have to do. So responsibly. We ask is this an investment or is this actually going to pay for itself? So you're saying borrow the money. Make the investment the economy will grow will pay off the debt. Absolutely. Because we're creating jobs, although I do have to say you you mentioned the Republican tax cut. They said the same thing about the tax cut. Let's do this tax cut the economy will grow. It's going to be great. It's going to pay for it hasn't turned out to be true. Absolutely. And I think that that that is an important distinction to make because when they were advancing that cause they had no evidence to say that these things were going to happen. But we actually do have the evidence for every one dollar invested in infrastructure. We get six dollars back as you know, congresswoman one reason that people who are politically conservative or skeptical of efforts to combat climate change is that it sounds to them. Like it requires massive government intervention, which they just don't like are you prepared to put on the table that. Yes, actually there. Right. What this requires is massive government intervention. It does. Yeah. I have no problem saying that why? Because we have tried their approach for forty years for forty years. We tried to let the private sector take care of it. They said we got this. We can do this. The the forces of the market are going to force us to innovate except for the fact that there's a little thing in economics called externalities and what? That means is that a corporation can dump pollution in the river. And they don't have to pay for and taxpayers have to pay for cleaning up our air cleaning up our water and saving the planet. And so we've already been paying the costs, except we have not been getting any of the benefit. And so what we're here to say is that government is not just for cleaning up other people's mess. But it's also for building solutions in places where the private sector will not. So if you get this resolution passed, of course, it's a framework. It's an idea it's a proposal, and then you would need specific legislation to encourage wind power to encourage solar to do any number of things officiency on and on those proposals..

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"idaho supreme court" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"idaho supreme court" Discussed on KCRW

"Daniele has low NPR news, Washington anti-trust authorities in Germany are restricting how Facebook can collect data in their country NPR's. Daniel estrin has more from Berlin. Germany's antitrust office says Facebook has unfairly collected data on its users from outside the social network, and then assign that data to users Facebook accounts Facebook requires users to agree to the practice. The German ruling says Facebook subsidiaries like what's happened Instagram may continue to collect user data. But cannot assign the data to German users Facebook accounts without their permission German authorities called it an abuse of Facebook's market, dominance, and ordered the social network to restrict the practice and stop it completely within a year. Facebook says it rejects the decision and will appeal it said in a statement that its data sharing policy quote helps us improve people's safety including blocking accounts related to terrorism. Daniel estrin, NPR news, Berlin, you're listening to. NPR news. President Trump is expected to attend the national prayer breakfast this hour in Washington every president has attended since the event began during the Eisenhower administration this year. The event is co chaired by Delaware democratic Senator Chris coons and Oklahoma Republican Senator James Langford in November a majority of voters in deep red Idaho approved an expansion of Medicaid. The move was challenged by a conservative group. Mad Gillam of Boise state public radio reports. Idaho's highest court has backed the voters decision. According to the Idaho supreme court, Medicaid expansion is legal in the gem state. The court called the challenge from the Idaho. Freedom foundation meritless on persuasive and dismissed it the foundations argument alleged wording, the proposed measure gave too much control to the federal government and the state's department of health and welfare by referencing federal law and the expansion Bill. The freedom foundation argued Idaho was chaining itself to Medicaid, even if Errol policy on the program shifted in funding for evaporated, a majority of the Idaho. Justices didn't buy it and said, many state statutes reference federal laws. Idaho's expanded Medicaid is expected to provide coverage to some sixty two thousand low income residents while the measure has cleared the courts state, lawmakers are still debating attaching restrictions like a work requirement to it for NPR news. I met Gillerman Boise. The president of the European Commission has told United Kingdom Prime Minister Theresa may that the EU will not renegotiate the Brexit deal. They worked out together may seeking to reopen the talks since her administration's Brexit plan was rejected by UK lawmakers. The EU says there won't be any new talks, I'm korva Coleman. NPR news support for NPR comes from Amazon web services working to help. Millions of customers from start ups to enterprises to governments transform their industries was secure a already cloud services. Learn more at AWS is how dot com today on press play some people here in L A R banding together to split the. Cost.

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"idaho supreme court" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"idaho supreme court" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"To call a special session after all that was going to be over treasure valor water rights but it doesn't look like it needs to happen the idaho press tells us house speaker scott bed key who has been mediating the dispute between treasure valley water users and state and federal agency says parties have agreed to a timetable that does not require a special session now and they're to be commended for their patience now the parties are still looking for a proposed change to state law with regard to water rights priority when new water storage facilities are constructed but decided that the issue can wait until lawmakers convened for their regular session in january parties had been schedule although to meet at the idaho supreme court yesterday on wednesday for arguments at a series of appeals and then cross appeals in that dispute but all jointly agreed to vacate that hearing with a settlement in the works so will ris address that when the legislature convenes meanwhile now that the president has signed an executive order and the practice of separating kids from their illegal alien parents at the mexican border what good will it do in both houses of congress bills are being hammered together to legally end the process which the center for immigration studies marguerite telford tell six seventy k b o news six seventy k b o i news is mandated by the ninth circuit court of appeals thunder obama didn't seem to be the outrage there is a law that says you can only detain children so long which is why when you have a parent go to court because it is a criminal fence crossing the border we don't put children in present we separate them mm and we pay to a family member or they don't have anyone into foster care boise city council passed a resolution denouncing the practice of separating kids from their parents but telford says the real outrage should be directed at the adults that are subjecting the kids to that dangerous trip across mexico jay howell six seventy k b o on and it looks like micron is spending a little money thirty two million dollars to move research engineers and other employees currently work in temporary trailers into a new office building on its boise campus idaho statesman reporting the new three story office building on the campus of south end will how some twelve hundred workers when it's completed new buildings interior will have open spaces and rooms designed for collaboration will also.

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"idaho supreme court" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"idaho supreme court" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"Goal kboi news starts now kyw news time is six three i'm jay how wall heading into his last legislative session governor butch otter isn't budging when it comes to the idea of getting rid of idaho six percent grocery tax the spokesmanreview reports governor otter told the associated tax payers of idaho he hopes they don't have to go through what they did last year because he believes the grocery taxes the most stable and predictable state revenue source there is that got mixed reviews from the legislative leaders who were in the audience last year the legislature voted to next the grocery tax by a twothirds margin but otter vetoed if the lawsuit in our a lawsuit ended up in idaho supreme court but failed to get the over the veto overturned idaho second amendment alliance president greg pruitt says on the surface a bill which would allow concealed carry permit holders to carry their guns across state lines sounds like a good thing but he says house republicans attached a bill which would expand the background checks system and he says that's not a good thing what they're doing it given then political cover because the republican a lot of what this gun control bill to go hort well how are we going to do that without the gun owners freaking out we're going to ask national were at the property the other build that was attached to the reciprocity bill would increase the number of names getting reported the national instant check system and pruitt says that would result in a lot of innocent people being rejected from buying guns idaho congress from mike simpson and rowell labrador voted for the combined bill by whose second amendment alliance and other groups like the gun owners of america are calling on the senate to separate the two bills and then vote on them individually it's not easy being a rancher but it's a muchneeded job and not everyone is rushing out to do it angus breeder kevin yawn and his wife lidia or the first generation on their families farm kevin has this advice for others looking to start a ranch of their own double wanted to get abbott the passer yet i have the war and there's many o out there that have it got to go out and get some experience got to be willing to work hard you've got to um have a spouse that shared your dream or.

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"idaho supreme court" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:22 min | 4 years ago

"idaho supreme court" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"For medicaid expansion are waiting to hear whether they can start collecting signatures to put an initiative on the two thousand eighteen ballot they say the measure especially would be important for idaho's rural communities look may fail is cofounder every claim idaho the group leading the effort to expand medicaid he tells the public news service if the state does choose to expand up to ninety percent of the cost will be covered by the federal government we are actually all ready pain or vote hours unpack what's happening right now arte earlier dollars regarding going medicare program and other state or work harder to bring back rubber verdant twenty million dollars or your back in idaho initiative supporters need to get at least forty eight thousand signatures an 18 different districts to put the measure on the ballot the idaho supreme court made a ruling that has some idaho lawmakers concerned heading into the two thousand eighteen session in january idaho's legislative council met friday to discuss the legislature being required to wait for all bills to be transmitted to the governor's desk before officially adjourning the session according to the idaho statesman the idaho supreme court ruled earlier this year that it was illegal for the idaho legislature to adjourn before the governor received the bills passed throughout the session instead the idaho legislature must present all bills to the governor before lawmakers gonna go home for the year several council members objected to holding off adopting the new procedure pointing out the importance of the legislature having firm guidelines at the council didn't make any decision friday but agreed they hope to adjourn by march 27th ron o'brien six seventy kboi temperatures are going to reach a low of thirty two degrees overnight in it's going to reach a high of fifty seven degrees tomorrow with sunny skies tyler martin six seventy kboi diseases spread by pests like malaria zika and chagas disease are causing a worldwide health crisis fortunately here at home we don't face the same level of threat but we shouldn't let our guard down mosquito borne diseases like west nile virus and seek are impacting communities across the us and lyme disease spread by ticks is on the rise whether around the world or just around the block get the facts you need to protect your family at pestworld dot org a public service message from the national pest management association westwood one present.

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"idaho supreme court" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"idaho supreme court" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"Dot com kboi news starts now this is thailand martin on six seventy kboi advocates for medicaid expansion are waiting to hear whether they can start collecting signatures to put an initiative on the two thousand eighteen ballot they say the measure especially would be important for idaho's rural communities luke me phil is cofounder of reclaim idaho the group leaving the effort to expand medicaid he tells the public news service if the state does choose to expand up to ninety percent of the cost will be covered by the federal government we are actually already pain or wrote hours worked happening right now arte fair dollars we're going to better your program and other third were workrider do a roaring back rubber our eur twenty billion dollars or your back into idaho initiatives supporters need to get at least forty eight thousand signatures an 18 different districts to put the measure on the ballot the idaho supreme court made a ruling that has some idaho lawmakers concerned heading into the two thousand eighteen session in january idaho's legislative council met friday to discuss the legislature being required to wait for all bills to be transmitted to the governor's desk before officially adjourning the session according to the idaho statesman the idaho supreme court ruled earlier this year that it was illegal for the a whole legislature to adjourn before the governor received the bills passed throughout the session instead the idaho legislature must present all bills to the governor before lawmakers gonna go home for the year several council members objected to holding off adopting the new procedure pointing out the importance of the legislature having firm guidelines of the council didn't make any russian friday but agreed they hope to adjourn by march 27th ron o'brien six seventy kboi temperatures are going to reach a low of thirty two degrees overnight in it's going to reach a high of fifty seven degrees tomorrow with sunny.

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"idaho supreme court" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:33 min | 4 years ago

"idaho supreme court" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"To desertion and behavior before the enemy and could be sentenced for up to life in prison after hearing accounts of the soldiers his search for him and from a woman whose husband was shot during one of those missions bergvall addressed the court with an apology reported by nbc berg doll said he was trying to do something good and it turned out bad and his words alone can't relieve the pain he was captured by the taliban after leaving his post in june of two thousand nine burke doll says he was caged by his captors captain darkness and beaten he was eventually brought home in two thousand fourteen in a swap for five taliban prisoners at guantanamo bay the idaho supreme court made a ruling that has some idaho lawmakers concerned heading into the two thousand eighteen session in january idaho's legislative council met friday to discuss the legislature being required to wait for all bills to be transmitted to the governor's desk before officially adjourning the session according to the idaho statesman the idaho supreme court ruled earlier this year that it was illegal for the idaho legislature to adjourn before the guy governor received the bills passed throughout the session instead the idaho legislature must present all bills to the governor before lawmakers can go home for the year several council members objected to holding off adopting the new procedure pointing out the importance of the legislature having firm guidelines of the council didn't make any decision friday but agreed they hope to adjourn by march 27th ron o'brien six seventy kboi advocates for medicaid expansion are waiting to hear whether they can start collecting signatures to put an initiative on the two thousand eighteen ballot they say the measure especially would be important for idaho's rural communities luke maye though is cofounder of reclaim idaho the group leading the effort to expand medicaid he tells the public news service if the state does choose to expand up to ninety percent of the cost will be covered by the federal government we are actually all ready or vote our current what's happening right now or arte fair dollars regard are very your program in other third or work harder to we will bring back earn twenty million dollars or your back into idaho initiatives supporters need to get at least forty eight thousand signatures an 18 different districts to put the measure on the ballot i am taylor martin six seventy kboi's howard brought to you by idaho foot and ankle idaho's premier footed medical center serving the treasure valley for over twenty years with locations in boise meridian and napa the measure their success one foot it roman.

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"idaho supreme court" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:11 min | 4 years ago

"idaho supreme court" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"Six seventy kboi idaho political news junkies like j howell wanna hear this one in idaho supreme court well the idaho supreme court made a ruling that has some lawmakers here in our state concern adding in to the upcoming session in january idaho's legislative council that on friday discussing the legislature now being required to wait for all their bills to be transmitted to the governor's desk before they can adjourn for the session now according to the idaho statesman the idaho supreme court ruled earlier this year it's illegal for the legislature to a juror learn before the governor gets all the bills passed throughout the session instead the legislature has to present all the bills to the governor then they can go home after he gets the mall now several council members objected to holding off on actually adopting that new procedure pointing out the importance of the legislature dab burned guidelines the council though didn't make any real decision on that matter friday but they did agree on this they hope that the session which starts in january will adjourn by march 27th this next year we'll have more of course on the legislature as it becomes a little closer to it over the weekend the discovery center of idaho gave some local girls a chance to experience cutting edge technology for themselves a soup of girls to go over veer one in eagle this weekend there are part of the coating camp at the discovery center of idaho twenty girls got to experience cutting edge virtual technology and based on all the hooting hollering they really enjoyed it here's the program coordinator jennifer thorn quest i'll i'm so excited president alexander until last saturday they are learning about turning i'm ben wright an ankle now the girls will take that experience in trying to build virtual reality programs dci in that coating camp brain moore kboi two news for six seventy kboi time for real time numbers on six seventy kboi brought to you by science bank is the market is now open and the market is down.

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"idaho supreme court" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:14 min | 4 years ago

"idaho supreme court" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"Is brought to you by cap it credit union the president is taking another jab at the top republican in the senate jerry bowed lander reports for the second time in less than 24 hours the president took to twitter to criticize senate majority leader mitch mcconnell for the gop inability to overturn obama care he tweeted quote can you believe that mitch mcconnell who has screamed repeal and replace for seven years couldn't get it done must repeal and replace obamacare exclamation point the tweets follow mcconnell's comments earlier this week that the president had excessive expectations about how quickly the repeal of obamacare could be implemented jury bowed lender washington following up at a story we told you about yesterday governor butch otter looks like he is ready to get back to work here you i two tvs kelsea anderson reports governor otter is back at work in the state house this morning he tweeted he's glad to be back in his offense and governor is recovering from two back surgery is to address a bulging desk he got an infection after the second and that slowed his recovery well now that he's back dance to these men are views that candidates for an open theme on the idaho supreme court is expected to appoint a replacement before the end of the month once again that's kboi two tvs kelsea anderson last month the bill was introduced to rename a post office in payette after harmon killebrew professional baseball players who could be one of the greatest athletes who ever lived in idaho congressman rao will labrador was the one who created the bell he was a guest on six seventy kboi and said the honour was based on more more than bean idaho's greatest athlete what most significant about him but not effort on the pale he was really do that truly a good empire man a new crane who corp charitable akberg labrador shared this is one of the fun things he gets to doing congress and as excited to work with families that have given so much to that community labrador as the candidate for the idaho governor position in two thousand eighteen his campaign opponents are physician and develop our tummy al quest and lieutenant governor brad little thailand martin thick seventy kboi temperature's a little cooler today the orange air quality alerts.

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"idaho supreme court" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:32 min | 4 years ago

"idaho supreme court" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"To learn more kboi news starts now this is tyler martin with six seventy kboi remains to be seen whether congressional leaders will follow president donald trump's lead in budget negotiations but one cut proposed for next year's budget has advocates for idaho's children concerned ninetyfive million dollars could be slashed from the childcare and development block grand in idaho about seven thousand families a month rely on the grant to afford childcare costs beth oppenheimer with the idaho chelsea asian for education of young children says the grant also funds idaho stars a program the currently trains forty two hundred child care providers in the state not mean forty two hundred individual care provider are acting training that pet clear round how hasty in early childhood development so that they are better able to serve and care for again consult on oppenheimer adds the issue of care also affects the country's economy rick worthington six seventy kdoi the idaho supreme court in a fourtoone ruling tuesday afternoon upheld governor butch otter is veto of legislation removing the state six percent sales tax on groceries but the high court also ruled the idaho constitution actually requires the legislature to present all bills to the governor before the adjourn for the year a ruling that will significantly change of idaho legislature operates at the end of its annual session each year the spokesmanreview reports the lawmakers sued contended that the exact wording of the state constitution only gave the governor ten days from their sessions adjournment not from when he received the bill under their approach otters veto of the grocery tax bill came too late and the bill became law without his signature the governor argued that going with the lawmakers interpretation would allow the legislative branch to stymie the governor's ability to veto bills by simply delaying them until it's too late and the deadlines passed whether she has clear skies today with temperatures in the low 80s and expects to be clear our skies and sunny tomorrow with a high of ninety two degrees tyler martin six seventy kboi friday august forth and so forth annual jackson's countries stop starring special guest cassidy drake tickets on sale now at all treasure valley jackson's food store four's annual jackson's country style jarring country superstar j i four at ford.

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"idaho supreme court" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"idaho supreme court" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"The idaho supreme court in a four one ruling yesterday afternoon upheld governor butch otter veto of legislation removing the state six percent sales tax on groceries but the high court also ruled the idaho constitution actually requires the legislature to present all of their bills to the governor before they adjourned for the year a ruling that could significantly change how the idaho legislature operates at the end of its annual session each year the spokesmanreview reports today the lawmakers who sued contended that the exact wording of the state constitution only gave the governor ten days from their session's adjournment not room when he received the bill under their approach autres veto the grocery tax bill came too late and the bill became law without his signature now otter argues that going with the lawmakers interpretation would allow the legislative branch disdain me the governor's ability to actually veto a bill by simply delaying them until it's too late eight and the deadline had been passed meanwhile the idaho secretary of state lord's danny's office has agreed not to jeopardize idaho voter information by sending it to the presidential advisory commission on election integrity senator marietta jordan explain some voters decided they would rather unregistered that allow that had him formation to be sent to the trump commission can can push to keep them commissioner our along and i will encourage people not q unregistered bouquet we're going to renewed poked nobleman pain had been cut brigadier and the part of the settlement the idaho democratic party dropped their legal action which was filed last week which seeks a temporary restraining order against the secretary of state and your report find some water treatment plants may be polluting waters in idaho that we swim and play in.

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"idaho supreme court" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:19 min | 4 years ago

"idaho supreme court" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Case is the only one in which cosby has been charged the idaho supreme court has denied custody and visitation rights to a gay women who raised a child with her former partner reflecting state laws that have not been updated since samesex marriage became legal in two thousand fourteen the couple of race the child together after splitting up in two thousand twelve but their relationship deteriorated two years ago and the child's via logical mother barred her former partner from contacting the child who is now seven grandparents greatgrandparents and even i cousins in idaho can seek custody guardianship or visit tation rights to children in certain circles mm stances but an unmarried samesex partner cannot but they can legally adopt if the other parent agrees several states including new mexico washington and nevada allow women or men who consent to another woman's insemination to be legally considered the child's parent even if the couple is not married according to the national center for lesbian rights but a few states including idaho perf far more restrictive utah for instance prohibits any one who lives with an unmarried partner samesex are not from adopting in the idaho ruling wednesday the high court decided unanimously that the woman identified only as jane doe has no parental rights to the sevenyearold child because her former partner is the one who was artificially inseminated and carried the baby and also because the two women were not married the alias is often used in custody cases to protect the identity of the children samesex marriage wasn't legal in idaho until two years after the couple split though some state agencies have updated policies to reflect the change many vase have not been similarly revised the state has no laws allowing samesex partners to seek the same sex rights as certain relatives to custody visitation or guardianship unless they are biologically related or adopt the child it's not all love in the commemoration.

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"idaho supreme court" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:34 min | 4 years ago

"idaho supreme court" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Speaking after being reelected to his london seat corbin said the election result means politics has changed and voters have rejected conservative hysterically jurors at bill cosby sexual assault trial have heard excerpts from the comedians lurid decadesold deposition but explosives sections about him obtaining pilots and giving them two women before sex are yet to come prosecutors today are expected to continue focusing on cosby's testimony giving jurors a look at his view of women sex and the night in january two thousand four that andrea constand says he drugged and violated her at his suburban philadelphia home to seventy nine year old cosby has said he will not testify giving his deposition from concert dad's civil lawsuit and pryor police interview added weight as jurists considered charges that could put him in prison for the rest of his life a detective on thursday read portions of the deposition covering what kospi described as several sexual encounters with constand including two one before the alleged assault where he said he found himself somewhere between permission and rejection friday's excerpts are expected to include an exchange where cosby acknowledges using quillot said in his pursuit of women for sex when you've got the cui loots was it in your mind that you were going to use these cui alludes for young women that you wanted to have sex with cosby was asked yes he replied cosby testified in two thousand five and two thousand six as part of a lawsuit brought against him by constand the former director of women's basketball operations at his alma mater temple university constant dan testified this week she rejected cosby's advances and would have thought him off again had the pills not left her paralysed ten semiconscious he said to sexual encounter was consensual some sixty women have come forward to say the cosby sexually violated them but the statue of liberty since for prosecution had run out in nearly every single case constance case is the only one in which cosby has been charged the idaho supreme court has denied custody and visitation rights to a gay woman who raised a child with her former partner reflecting state laws that have not been updated.

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