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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)

Simpson wants 8 months to pass wilderness bill (Boise Statesman, IF Post Register)
Overview state superintendent public instruction race (Boise Statesman)
GOP legislative candidates fully funded (Nampa Press Tribune)
Bannock assessor candidate chargs unethical behavoir (Pocatello Journal)
Simpson outraises Stallings in campaign (TF Times News)
Reviewing magic valley drug court (TF Times News)

Looking at Oregon’s pot ballot issue (Portland Oregonian, Eugene Register Guard, Medford Tribune)
UO tries academic emphasis in fundraising (Eugne Register Guard)
Looking at Oregon’s ballot issues (KF Herald & News)
Green candidate drops from District 2 Senate race (Medford Tribune)
Kitzhaber’s recent troubles (Portland Oregonian)
Reviewing governor’s race (Salem Statesman Journal)

Legislators talk of restoring 2008 cuts (Bremerton Sun)
Court looks at new schools budget (Bremerton Sun)
DelBene far outspending Celis (Everett Herald)
City offices and more move from Everett floodplain (Everett Herald)
Thurston corrections contract signed (Olympian)
Heavier conflict in expensive 35th Senate race (Olympian)
South Sound and ebola (Olympian)
Investigative: Lead poisoning at gun ranges (Seattle Times, Yakima Herald Republic)
Veteran Spokesman journalist Dorothy Powers dies (Spokane Spokesman)
Power plants produce vast greenhouse gases (Tacoma News Tribune, Vancouver Columbian)
Reviewing vote on Vancouver charter (Vancouver Columbian)
East Clark Columbian bridge idea questioned (Vancouver Columbian)
Focusing on 4th district US House race (Yakima Herald Republic)

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