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Idaho Matters Reporter Roundtable: July 2, 2020

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Counterprotesters at a rally in Boise.

On today's special Thursday edition Idaho Matters Reporter Roundtable, the Mountain West News Bureau's Madelyn Beck, Idaho Ed News's Kevin Richert and BoiseDev's Don Day come together to discuss the week in news. 

Despite being only four days long (thanks to the 4th of July holiday), this week was packed with several notable headlines and evolving stories. Between the highest number of new coronavirus cases our state has ever seen, and news about cuts to Boise State University's athletics prorgam plus the ongoing saga of an education ballot initiative, there's a lot to cover.

As COVID-19 cases spread through the U.S. and Idaho, we’re committed to keeping you updated and informed. You can get updated info on cases, closures and how to stay healthy at any time on our Coronavirus news blog.

 

Have a question or comment for the show? Tweet @KBSX915 using #IdahoMatters

 

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