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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)

Ombudsman sees change to public records law (Boise Statesman, IF Post Register)
New security kicks in at BSU football games (Boise Statesman)
More complaints about Optum Idaho Medicaid (IF Post Register)
Profiling former senator McGee (Nampa Press Tribune)
More pot grow sites found in Cassia county (Pocatello Journal)
Pocatello council seeks investigative audit (Pocatello Journal)
Looking at possibility of another canyon jump (TF Times News)

Wildfire rages west of Cottage Grover (Eugene Register Guard)
Civic leaders try to raise stadium funds (Eugene Register Guard)
Bates-Dotterrer race may be costly (Medford Tribune)
Lots of electricity for pot grown indoors (Portland Oregonian)
The thinness of restraining orders (Salem Statesman Journal)

Tree farm trails may proliferate (Bremerton Sun)
Boeing to revamp Paine Field production space (Everett Herald)
Cities will get charged more for jail costs (Everett Herald)
University battle over tri-city med programs (Kennewick Herald)
Debate over new West Main St in Kelso (Longview News)
Corrections whistleblowers claim retaliation (Olympian)
Microsoft hoping Windows 9 will be game changer (Seattle Times)
Reviewing solar power gains in WA (Seattle Times)
Reviewing status of aquifer beneath Spokane (Spokane Spokesman)
Lewis-McChord soliders sent to east Asia (Tacoma News Tribune)
Criticisms of Vancouver SWAT force (Vancouver Columbian)
State transportation plan draft nearly out (Vancouver Columbian)
Massage parlor raids yield 6 arrests (Yakima Herald Republic)
Yakima hospitals could consolidate (Yakima Herald Republic)
Questions over sheriff’s discipline records (Yakima Herald Republic)

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