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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)

Magnida plant at AF fought by Conida (Boise Statesman)
Fire chief, deputy at IF resign (IF Post Register)
Otter helped by Simpson in election (IF Post Register)
Same sex marriage backers seek court costs (IF Post Register, Nampa Press Tribune)
WSU studies low-income legal assistance (Moscow News)
Moscow business finder departs (Moscow News)
Bannock Development points to successes (Pocatello Journal)
TF theatre downtown closes (TF Times News)
PUC rejects Idaho Power solar plan (TF Times News)

Covallis executive sessions on garage (Corvallis Gazette Times)
State revenues on increase (Portland Oregonian, KF Herald & News, Corvallis Gazette Times)
Eugene shifts land use for more homes (Eugene Register Guard)
Regional fish/wildlife position may be cut (KF Herald & News)
Pendleton prison remains in lockdown (Pendleton E Oregonian)
Land shift allows Hermiston OSU site shift (Pendleton E Oregonian)
In mass survey, teachers say classes too big (Portland Oregonian)
OR health exchange delivers report (Salem Statesman Journal)

Darrington considers renewing tourism (Everett Herald)
Transfer deals pump WSU TriCities (Kennewick Herald)
Should Rachel road extend to preserve? (Kennewick Herald)
Wyoming gov will promote coal terminal (Longview News)
EPA seeks to publicly hit polluter (Longview News)
Sequim could get titantium business (Port Angeles News)
Police reforms draw copy lawsuit (Seattle Times)
Spokane schools rejects armed teachers (Spokane Spokesman)
Tacoma considers ridesharing rules (Tacoma News Tribune)
Oil terminal plan hits zoning rules (Vancouver Columbian)
Bridge near Sunnyside closed to trucks (Yakima Herald Republic)

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