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Jesus Still Invoked at Longview Council Meetings
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Willed Money Will Further Human Rights In North Idaho
SANDPOINT, Idaho (AP) — The Bonner County Human Rights Task Force plans to unveil details of its new grants program tomorrow. President Brenda Hammond tells the Bonner County Daily Bee the group recently received more than $300,000 from the estate of Dorothy Adler. Hammond says the money will allow the task force to support various entities with grants for programs supporting human rights.