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Here’s what public affairs news made the front page of newspapers in the Northwest today, excluding local crime, features and sports stories. (Newspaper names contracted with location)

Two lobbyists conduct GP campaign school (Boise Statesman)
Special school elections coming up (Lewiston Tribune)
Democrats get more respect in legislature (Lewiston Tribune)
Prison escapees have links to Canyon (Nampa Press Tribune)
Wolf plan survives in court (Nampa Press Tribune)
Big new regional sheriffs armored vehicle (Pocatello Journal)
New chamber plans on economic development (Pocatello Journal)
Pocatello schools still deciding on fired coach (Pocatello Journal)
Sandpoint Fire Chief retires (Sandpoint Bee)
Problems with mobile elk (TF Times News)

The upcoming legislative session (Eugene Register Guard)
Reviewing KF downtown redevelopment (KF Herald & News)
Concerns about Medford gang violence (Medford Tribune)
Former commissioner Walker dies (Medford Tribune)
Review of Cover Oregon’s mishaps (Portland Oregonian)
Contest for Roseburg council seats (Roseburg Review)
E-cigarettes become more popular (Salem Statesman-Journal)

The risks of going into pot business (Everett Herald)
Bakers face discrimination issues (Kennewick Herald)
Finishing work on Boeing tanker (Everett Herald)
Sheriff proposes law enforcement levy (Longview News)
Child porn victims want restitution (Everett Herald, Longview News)
Oil distributor shuts down (Port Angeles News)
Acting prosecutor will quit (Port Angeles News)
Prepping for more oil shipments (Spokane Spokesman)
Legislators hear about medical pot (Tacoma News Tribune)
Looking ahead to legislature, budget (Yakima Herald Republic)

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