Lawyers sparred Monday, September 17 over an abortion reporting law that passed earlier this year and went into effect July 1. It mandates health providers hand over information to the state about women receiving abortions – including if they have any of 37 so-called complications named in the law.
National Law Center on Homelessness and Poverty attorney Eric Tars, Idaho Legal Aid Services executive director Howard Belodoff, City of Boise communications director Mike Journee and Boise's Housing Division manager Ana Marie Guiles discuss housing options for homeless Idahoans with Idaho Matters on Tuesday, September 11, 2018.
A ruling by the 9th circuit Court of Appeals last week determined the prosecution of homeless people for sleeping in public constitutes cruel and unusual punishment. We drill down into the issue of homeless rights and public safety.
University of Idaho College of Law associate professor Katherine Macfarlane and Boise Police Department deputy chief Scott Mulcahy discuss police 'use of force' with Idaho Matters on Wednesday, August 15, 2018.
University of Idaho College of Law associate professor Katherine Macfarlane will be discussing the use of force by police as part of the school's Vandal Voices series. She joins Idaho Matters with Boise Police Department deputy chief Scott Mulcahy to discuss use of force training and the use of body cameras.
U.S. District Court Judge Lynn Winmill says Idaho broke the law when it forced several people in Payette County to sell their natural gas and oil to a Texas company. The ruling, which came down earlier this week, dealt a blow to the Idaho Oil and Gas Commission and the State Department of Lands.
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The author of The Kill Jar talks to Idaho Matters.
Author J. Reuben Appelman's breadth of writing spans from true crime to UFC coverage to poetry. His latest book, The Kill Jar, chronicles the hunt for a serial killer who haunted his Detroit neighborhood in the 1970s. Appelman joins Idaho Matters to talk about the book.
Sherry Iverson, St. Luke's Children's Hospital director of advocacy and community education, and Roger Sherman, executive director of the Idaho Children's Trust Fund, discuss raising awareness of sexual abuse with Idaho Matters on Monday, August 13, 2018.
"Abbey" Abbondandollo spent 32 years with the Houston Police Department - most of them as a homicide detective. These days he works as director of security with St. Luke's and he moonlights on the side as a consultant with the Oxygen Network's "Cold Justice." Abbondandollo joins Idaho Matters to talk about hunting down some of the most brutal killers of our time.