Ammon Bundy Arrested Second Time at Idaho Capitol Building in Less Than 24 Hours

Ammon Bundy, an anti-government activist who participated in the well-publicized 2014 armed standoff with federal agents in Nevada — and would go on to lead his own similar standoff in Oregon two years later — was arrested for the second day in a row at the Idaho State Capitol after reportedly refusing to comply with orders to leave the property.

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Abortion Pills

A federal court in Idaho dismissed a case brought by a Dutch doctor who claimed the U.S. government seized abortion medication she prescribed to patients, violating their rights. The patients do not have a “constitutional or fundamental right to unapproved drugs — even if they use those drugs to further a constitutional, or fundamental, right.”

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Breaching Dams Would Help Salmon, Feds Say, but Decline to Do So

The federal agencies that run 14 dams in the Columbia River Basin released a long-awaited analysis Friday on how they will keep salmon from going extinct. Not included in the suite of measures is the action the agencies said would help salmon and steelhead most – breaching four dams along the Snake River.

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