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On The Wednesday, October 17, 2018 Edition Of Idaho Matters

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  • Some Idahoans voice opposition to Prop 2
  • Boise State's BUILD prepares faculty for evolving culture of diversity
  • Advancements in mammography technology

- Approval of the Proposition 2 ballot measure would result in an expansion of the state's Medicaid eligibility. Those opposed to expansion argue Medicaid expansion would cost Idahoans more out of pocket and limit medical choices. We will hear from those opposed to Prop 2.

- "Boise State Uniting for Inclusion and Leadership in Diversity" is the university's cultural diversity training program for faculty and staff. On Wednesday's Idaho Matters, we will discuss the evolving definitions and expectations of cultural tolerance on the campus.

- Idaho Matters looks at St. Luke's research into 3D mammography and efforts to make these examinations more accessible.