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  • Shaakirrah Sanders, a law professor at the University of Idaho, breaks down what the overturning of Roe v. Wade by the U.S. Supreme Court means for Idahoans and Americans.
  • While many of Idaho's political leaders celebrate the U.S. Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, House Minority Leader Ilana Rubel said the ruling reversed 50 years of precedent. She joins Idaho Matters to discuss her reaction to the ruling and the law it sets in motion in Idaho.
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    Idaho's Planned Parenthood reacts to abortion decision
    Morning Edition Host George Prentice spoke with Mistie DelliCarpini-Tolman, the Idaho State Director for Planned Parenthood Alliance Advocates about the U.S. Supreme Court decision. She says Planned Parenthood will continue to provide abortion care in Idaho as long as it's legally able to.
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    Conserving water in the West becomes critically important
    Why federal officials say seven Western states must conserve water now.
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    A talk with Boise Police Chief Ryan Lee
    Boise Police Department Chief Ryan Lee talks about tips from the public.
  • Interest rates, inflation, and the housing crisis are all a concern for Idaho this year.
  • Gemma Gaudette and George Prentice talk about What to Watch in movies and TV this weekend!
  • Parents of kids under five are now able to get their kids vaccinated. Dr. Pate joins Idaho Matters to talk about safety, side effects and more.
  • After two years away the World Village Festival is back!
  • Scientists say beavers and their handiwork could be helpful tools in fending off the worst effects of climate change.