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Idaho Matters Reporter Roundtable: June 26, 2020

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People wearing masks to protect against the spread of COVID-19 are reflected next to a sign requiring face coverings at a business in San Antonio, Wednesday, June 24, 2020, in San Antonio.

Between a lawsuit to give a ballot initiative another chance, response to the homophobic vandalism found at the College of Idaho, and Ada County returning to Stage 3 of Idaho's reopening plan (while Gov. Brad Little announced the state will remain in Stage 4) there's a lot to cover on this week's Reporter Roundtable. 

Betsy Russell and Erin Bamer of The Idaho Press join us to break down this past week in news along with James Dawson of Boise State Public Radio. 


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