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The frustration that comes with sitting at a red light in an empty intersection is familiar to everyone on the road. But Idaho law allows bikers to treat red lights as stop signs. They can proceed through the intersection once it’s safe.

 

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Amendments to the U.S. Constitution require a supermajority vote by Congress or a gathering of state delagates referred to as a "constitutional convention." Idaho Matters talks with Concordia University School of Law associate professor McKay Cunningham and Georgetown law professor David Super about the prospects of convening a "con-con."

On The Wednesday, June 19, 2019 Edition Of Idaho Matters

Jun 18, 2019

  • Concordia Law panelists discuss convening a constitutional convention.
  • Millennials are a fast-growing demographic in the Treasure Valley.
  • Treasure Valley web series follows the daily routine of a depressed social worker.
  • Boise Art Museum exhibit combines Old Western and Hollywood imagery with Native American arts.

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The Idaho Supreme Court ruled last Wednesday that law enforcement officials cannot make a misdemeanor arrest without a warrant or without having seen the crime themselves. The ruling has wide-ranging implications for the legal community, law enforcement, victims and victim advocates. Idaho Matters parses out the legalities of the ruling with Concordia University School of Law associate professor, Jodi Nafzger.

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Concordia law professor McKay Cunningham recently had a column published in the Idaho Falls Post Register question the current legislature's efforts to change the state's ballot initiative processes. Cunningham joins Idaho Matters on Monday to discuss his concerns.

On The Monday, April 1, 2019 Edition Of Idaho Matters

Mar 29, 2019

  • Concordia Law professor opines on legislative overreach.
  • CARES and the Idaho Children’s Trust Fund promote Child Abuse Prevention Month.
  • Lissa Yellowbird-Chase is committed to finding missing Native American women.

On The Monday, March 11, 2019 Edition Of Idaho Matters

Mar 8, 2019

  • Concordia Law School receives full accreditation.
  • Owyhee Initiative celebrates 10 years of preservation.
  • 'Guns & America' looks at the popularity of the AR-15.
  • George Prentice previews Sun Valley Film Festival.

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University of Concordia law professor Ryan Stoa's Craft Weed: How Family Farming can Remain in Marijuana’s Future examines the parallels between the craft beer industry and the growth of cannabis distribution. Stoa joins Idaho Matters to look at how these business models could work. Originally aired November 14, 2018.

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University of Concordia law professor Ryan Stoa's Craft Weed: How Family Farming can Remain in Marijuana’s Future examines the parallels between the craft beer industry and the growth of cannabis distribution. Stoa joins Idaho Matters to look at how these business models could work.

  • The grass-roots marijuana industry.
  • An Idaho startup helps African girls attend school.
  • INL researcher finds energy source on the farm.
  • St. Al's Festival of Trees highlights Christmas splendor and raises funds.