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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)

St Luke’s financial plans revealed by judge (Boise Statesman)
Legislators may halt instant racing gambling machines (Boise Statesman)
No voter fraud in Lewis County (Lewiston Tribune)
Property owners may pay for overgrowths (Moscow News)
Personal income stagnant in north Idaho (Moscow News)
Nancolas medical issues block state of city (Nampa Press Tribune)
Logging in Elk Complex fire area (Nampa Press Tribune)
Bill set to allow professionals to deny service to gays (Nampa Press Tribune, Pocatello Journal)
Bingham shot dog case in uproar (Pocatello Journal)
Fee dispute over Hoku sale (Pocatello Journal)
Bonner County wants state ban on concealed weapons reporting (Sandpoint Bee)
Canyon jump conflict of interest (TN Times News)

Housing may delay for endangered flower (Corvallis Gazette Times)
Challenge dropped to redevelopment of G-T block (Corvallis Gazette-Times)
H&M clothing may open in Eugene (Eugene Register Guard)
Hermiston okays wastewater bonding (Hermiston Herald)
KF college board considers aviation (KF Herald & News)
Gap in learning among races, classes (KF Herald & News)
Hwy 99 may lose traffic lanes to bicycles (Medford Tribune, Ashland Tidings)
Medford teachers still may strike (Medford Tribune)
Alternatives to expensive college books (Medford Tribune)
Financing the GMO issue (Medford Tribune)
Wind power firm seeks buyer (Pendleton East Oregonian)
Pendleton council reorganizes (Pendleton East Oregonian)
Planning underway on Columbia water use (Pendleton East Oregonian)
Audit takes issue with Trimet operations (Portland Oregonian)
Legislature will take on budget changes (Portland Oregonian)
Boise Cascade plant demolished (Salem Statesman Journal)
78% in poll approve of gun background checks (Salem Stateman Journal)

Marysville must rehire police officer (Everett Herald)
Pasco city manager retires (Kennewick Herald)
Cowlitz utility has legal trouble (Longview News)
Conservation groups oppose wild runs of fishery fish (Port Angeles News)
Shutdown of Pettit Oil reverberates (Port Angeles News)
Jet noise draws complaints (Port Angeles News)
More shakeup at Seattle Police (Seattle times)
McMorris Rodgers SOTU rebuttal (Spokane Spokesman)
Spokane police on downtown issues (Spokane Spokesman)
Constitution change to limit taxes (Vancouver Columbian)
Inslee: Close tax exemptions for schools (Vancouver Columbian)
tribe tobacco firm may owe taxes (Yakima Herald Republic)

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