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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)

Boise downtown traffic pattern may change (Boise Statesman)
ACLU lawsuit stops Medicaid cuts for now (Boise Statesman)
Pullman considers plan for College Hill (Moscow News)
Pullman schools to require more credits to graduate (Moscow News)
Lewiston high school renovation has problems (Lewiston Tribune)
Spring chinokk fishing in Clarkston area (Lewiston Tribune)
Stillagaumish mudslide search continues (Lewiston Tribune)
9th circuit judge rules for bighorn sheep plan (Lewiston Tribune)
Lawsuit over wrong-house police raid (Nampa Press Tribune)
Sayer says new incentives law a ‘game changer’ (Pocatello Journal)
Negative ads hitting in 2nd district race (TF Times News)

Stillaguamish mudslide search ongoing (Portland Oregonian, Corvallis Gazette Times)
Extension okayed for Cover Oregon deadline (Portland Oregonian, KF Herald & News, Corvallis Gazette Times, Pendleton East Oregonian)
New OSU-crafted wristbands measure pollution (Corvallis Gazette Times)
Eugene debates site for Whoville homeless (Eugene Register Guard)
KF PUD still ldebating leadership (KF Herald & News)
Pot dispensary rules under review in Jackson (Medford Tribune, Ashland Tidings)
Signal nears end of wolf OR-7 (Medford Tribune)
Salem Health, OSHA connection reviewed (Salem Statesman Journal)
Cover Oregon kept meetings secret (Salem Statesman Journal)

Stillaguamish mudslide search ongoing (Seattle Times, Spokane Spokesman, Tacoma News Tribune, Everett Herald, Yakima Herald Republic, Kennewick Herald, Port Angeles News)
Dispute over PUD recall, attorney (Longview News)
Port Angeles may get new school leader today (Port Angeles News)
World Vision reverses again on gay married hires (Seattle Times, Tacoma News Tribune)
Grandview reviews cost of lawsuit over deaf student (Yakima Herald Republic)

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