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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)

Obama will visit BSU tech laboratory (Boise Statesman)
Rep. Andrus and the salamander bill (Pocatello Journal)
Obama will meet with wife of jailed pastor (TF Times News)

Lane county reports measles (Eugene Register Guard)
Utility district wants leader back, he won’t come (Eugene Register Guard)
Hospital board members rescind resignation (KF Herald & News)

Port Prchard spots grill closes (Bremerton Sun)
Ferry game failures upset Kitsap (Bremerton Sun)
Pro-life rally draws statehouse crowd (Olympian)
State official delay avian flu quarantine (Port Angeles News)
Final trip planned for Kalakala (Tacoma News Tribune)
Bill would require local pot bans win votes (Tacoma News Tribune)
Goldendale considers its pot future (Yakima Herald Republic)

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