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On the front pages


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)

Pot activists try kickoff in Idaho (Boise Statesman)
Statehouse Christmas tree lighting, early this year (Boise Statesman)
Clarkston set ban on pot businesses (Lewiston Tribune)
Lawsuit may emerge from dredging plans (Lewiston Tribune)
Panel kills proposed state public defender system (Lewiston Tribune)
AG says police legally clear for body cams (Moscow News)
Moscow looks at new food truck ordinances (Moscow News)
Major Ada-Canyon gang bust (Nampa Press Tribune)
State tax incentive for Pocatello airport business (Pocatello Journal)

Mall forbears non-opener fineson Thanksgiving (Eugene Register Guard)
Springfield votes to help displaced tenants (Eugene Register Guard)
Petition for research/extension center falls short (KF Herald & News)
Automatic recount on GMO petition (Salem Statesman Journal, Medford Mail Tribune, Pendleton E Oregonian)

Bremerton Port budget approved (Bremerton Sun)
Rotting trees lead to toledo park closure (Longview News)
Vancouver would absorb most oil trains of any terminal (Longview News)
AG says cops can use body cams (Spokane Spokesman, Tacoma News Tribune, Vancouver Columbian, Olympian)
Seattle may write new rules on medical pot dispensaries (Seattle Times)
Watching Ferguson, Seattle sees protest ‘die-in’ (Seattle Times)
Spokane pay increases going away (Spokane Spokesman)
Herrera Beutler questions Cowlitz casino prospect (Vancouver Columbian)
High cost of moving Millennium Plaza artwork (Yakima Herald Republic)

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