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On The Monday, November 5, 2018 Edition Of Idaho Matters

  • The Boise State Public Radio newsroom previews Election Day.
  • Boise designates drop-off zone for cabs and rideshares.
  • Ontario, Oregon residents vote on marijuana dispensaries.
  • Interfaith Sanctuary helps Treasure Valley homeless vote on Election Day.

- Reporters from the Boise State Public Radio newsroom join us to parse out everything you need to know going into Election Day.
- The City of Boise is designating a city block as a 'drop-off' zone for cabs and rideshares. We'll look at this effort to relieve traffic congestion and create safer transit corridors downtown.

- Ontario, Oregon residents will vote on Tuesday to legalize recreational marijuana sales in that city and there is a mixed reaction from the community. We'll hear from Ontario officials about their preparations should the measure pass.

- Interfaith Sanctuary is helping the Treasure Valley's homeless population get to the polls to vote. We will hear how they are registered and encouraged to vote as engaged citizens. 

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