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Again, the top stop of the day was Idaho’s struggle over gay marriage, and how the elimination of the same-sex marriage ban by the 9th Circuit Court was put on hold by Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy. the stories also told how word of Kennedy’s stay hit courthouses just as they opened for business in the morning, and the word arrived so close to the initial applications that one couple in Twin Falls County actually walked away with a marriage license before issuance stopped.

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)

Idaho gay marriage ban stays, for now (Boise Statesman, IF Post Register, Lewiston Tribune, Moscow News)
Another look at higher tuition at BSU (Boise Statesman)
Rexburg July flood victims blaming city (IF Post Register)
Overview of state treasurers campaign (IF Post Register)
Idaho County asks to cut more wood (Lewiston Tribune)
Legislators urge change on teacheer certification (TF Times News)

Benton schools slip a bit in rankings (Corvallis Gazette)
Eugene will consider marijuana tax (Eugene Register Guard)
Whole Foods seeks some Eugene city wivers (Eugene Register Guard)
Klamath research district needs petitions (KF Herald & News)
Timber acreage sold by JWTR to Green Diamond (KF Herald & News)
New studies set for Emigrant Lake (Medford Tribune)
Medford area schools improve in state report (Medford Tribune)
PacifiCorp asks to add renewables to mix (Pendleton E Oregonian)
VP Biden campaigns for Merkley (Portland Oregonian, Salem Statesman Journal)
State schools report shows general improvement (Portland Oregonian)
Marion Co child report shows poor numbers (Salem Statesman Journal)

California company plans 2 WA mental hospitals (Bremereton Sun)
Kilmer critizes military per diem cut plan (Bremerton Sun)
Bainbrige rejects police, sheriff center combo (Bremerton Sun)
Oso homeowners can get financial help (Everett Herald)
State may update distracted driving laws (Olympian)
Supreme Court will consider Amazon pay case (Seattle Times)
Mercer businesses hit in e coli scare (Seattle Times)
Gay marriage in Idaho halted again (Spokane Spokesman)
Spokane Co will pay 350K in jail lawsuit (Spokane Spokesman)
Lewis-McChord airmen fly ebola missions (Tacoma News Tribune)
Judge rejects order on jailed mentally ill (Tacoma News Tribune)
Clark Co computers damaged by water (Vancouver Columbian)
More lights planned for Snoqualmie Pass (Yakima Herald Republic)

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