Thursday, March 3, 2016

Megyn Kelly and Trump meet again, bill could shield Monsanto and more news to start your day

Posted By on Thu, Mar 3, 2016 at 9:24 AM

click to enlarge Megyn Kelly and Trump meet again, bill could shield Monsanto and more news to start your day
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• Why the hell is there so much property crime in Spokane? Let us show you.

Frank Straub won't be answering questions from the city's investigator, lawyer says. 

• How does a music venue keep going after a highly publicized shooting? We investigate. 


• An addition to a chemical safety bill in the U.S. House could protect Monsanto from a lawsuit filed by the city of Spokane. The New York Times is calling the one-paragraph addition a "legislative gift."

ICYMI: Spokane is pissed at Monsanto because the agrochemical company allegedly sold chemicals it knew were dangerous to humans and the environment for decades. 

• See a dead moose on the side of the road in Idaho? Slice you off an antler or a leg to take home. Just make sure you remember to tell the Idaho Department of Fish and Game. Apparently everybody's doin' it! (Spokesman-Review) 

• The U.S. Supreme Court appears divided over the first abortion case it's heard in nearly 10 years. The case focuses on a Texas law that could dramatically shrink the number of state abortion clinics. 

• Megyn Kelly and Donald Trump will meet again tonight at the Republican debate in Michigan. Trump dropped out of the debate on the eve of the Iowa caucuses after this exchange with Kelly last year. 

• Umph-what?! Umphrey's McGee in Sandpoint next Thursday:

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Mitch Ryals

Mitch covers cops, crime and courts for the Inlander. He moved to Spokane in 2015 from his hometown of St. Louis, and is a graduate of the University of Missouri. He likes bikes, beer and baseball. And coffee. He dislikes lemon candy, close-mindedness and liars. And temperatures below 40 degrees.