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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)

Long-term maintenance of wilderness difficult (Boise Statesman, IF Post Register, Nampa Press Tribune, Lewiston Tribune)
String of Boise tech startups sold off (Boise Statesman)
Will Tea Party turn in GOP in November? (Boise Statesman)
Feds examine troubled Idaho contractor Optum (IF Post Register)
Idaho considers for-profit college accreditation (Nampa Press Tribune)

Taxpayers on hook for EWEB redevelopment (Eugene Register Guard)
Birds dying in Tule Lake botulism outbreak (KF Herald & News)
Students and teachers face new tests (Portland Oregonian, Salem Statesman Journal)
How will cops cope with pot-infused driving? (Portland Oregonian)
Efforts start to preserve Devil’s Staircase (Salem Statesman Journal)

Getting an accurate rider count on ferries (Bremerton Sun)
New housing development at Spyglass Hill (Bremerton Sun)
Everett port director chosen on Tuesday (Everett Herald)
WA schools preparing for common core (Longview News)
State House staff lose unfair firing suit (Longview News)
Tough work saving wilderness chalet (Post Angeles News)
Olympic Peninsula news get poor federal ratings (Port Angeles News)
On the Supreme Court-Legislature school fund battle (Seattle Times, Yakima Herald Republic)
Inland NW hot summer may be a harbinger (Spokane Spokesman)
Law enforcement splits on gun initiatives (Tacoma News Tribune)
Complexity in measuring THC in pot (Vancouver Columbian)
Grant County apple crop growing rapidly (Yakima Herald Republic)

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