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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)

Washington may lose clout in Congress (Lewiston Tribune)
Reviewing elections in Washington (Moscow News)
New logo planned for West Valley Humane (Nampa Press Tribune)
Canyon Co big businesses looking to hire (Nampa Press Tribune)
Twin Falls deals with many potholes (TF Times News)
Idaho coosts for broadband may drop (TF Times News)

Health insurance exchange fed site on track (Eugene Register Guard, Corvallis Gazette)
Lane County elections prepare for count (Eugene Register Guard)
Reviewing Rogue Valley groundwater contamination (Medford Tribune)

Bremerton apartment complex underway (Bremerton Sun)
Kitsap reviewing mental health issues (Bremerton Sun)
Voters considering competing gun issues (Bremerton Sun, Port Angeles News)
Reviewing the new Everett port director (Everett Herald)
Washington could lose clout in Congress (Yakima Herald Republic, Longview News)
UW breaks through in anti-aging research (Seattle Times)
Expecting a low voter turnout (Spokane Spokesman)
Delta Air Lines brings more to Spokane (Spokane Spokesman)
Reviewing oil disaster preparedness in area (Vancouver Columbian)

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