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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)

Republican legislators look toward adjournment (Boise Statesman)
Micron paying into DRAM settlement (Boise Statesman)
Lewiston water well problems (Lewiston Tribune)
Reviewing traffic around Walmart/Coatco (Lewiston Tribune)
Syringa mobile homes found uninhabitable (Moscow News)
Stink bug hitting Palouse fruit crops (Moscow News)
Pressing for veto on campus gun bill (Nampa Press Tribune)
St. Lukes, Saltzer appeal Winmill decision (Nampa Press Tribune)
Parental education bill advances (Nampa Press Tribune, Pocatello Journal)
Bill to up speed limit to 80 moves (Sandpoint Bee)
Bonner clerk seeks another term (Sandpoint Bee)
OK given for expanding Chobani plant (TF Times News)
Payday loan regulation bill fails (TF Times News)

OSU plans parking fee rule change (Corvallis Gazette Times)
Former Lane exec barred from Bar panel (Eugene Register Guard)
Water looking better this year (KF Herald & News)
Cities moving toward pot dispensaries (Medford Tribune, KF Herald & News)
No raises at SOU faculty (Medford Tribune, Ashland Tidings)
Senate okays Metro reserve land system (Portland Oregonian)
Marijuana measure doesn’t have legislative votes (Portland Oregonian)
Portland port won’t allow oil trains for now (Portland Oregonian)
New state parks director (Salem Statesman Journal)

Possible Hanford budget cut (Spokane Spokesman, Kennewick Herald)
Wanapum dam crack pressures reduced (Yakima Herald Republic, Kennewick Herald)
Violation of permit at oil dock (Longview News)
Pot business at Kelso set for industrial zone (Longview News)
Olympic park closure cost the area (Port Angeles News)
Species concerns over Navy testing (Port Angeles News)
Seattle waterfront plans released (Seattle Times)
Seattle car-service insurance questioned (Seattle Times)
Renewed efforts to get Bertha moving again (Seattle Times)
1st recreation pot license goes to Spokane grower (Tacoma News Tribune)
Burlington Northern says it improves safety (Vancouver Columbian)
Possible loss of state help to homeless (Yakima Herald Republic)

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