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Idaho Matters Reporter Roundtable: June 12, 2020

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DARIN OSWALD
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Our Reporter Roundtable has shares fresh perspectives and stories you might have missed from around the Gem State this week.

We'll cover new developments in the case of two missing eastern Idaho children, Stage 4 of Gov. Brad Little's coronavirus reopening plan, the racial disparities of who's affected by coronavirus and developments of the Black Lives Matter movement in Idaho (including the future of a controversial Confederate symbol in a Boise church). 

Joining us today to break all this down:

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Samantha Wright is a news reporter and producer for Idaho Matters.