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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)

Simpson releases his new CIEDRA bill, gets Risch ok (Boise Statesman)
New Boise police chief moves in (Boise Statesman)
UI looks for a way forward (Lewiston Tribune, TF Times News)
Looking at Idaho’s decaying bridges (Nampa Press Tribune)
Canyon looks at need for expanding jail (Nampa Press Tribune)
Pocatello school district seeks $9.25m levy (Pocatello Journal)
Lutheran church plans new Pocatello high school (Pocatello Journal)
Will faith healing bill return to 2015 session? (TF Times News)

Gun background check proposal comes to Oregon (Eugene Register Guard, Medford Tribune)
Do wildlife centers in Oregon meet bear standards? (Medford Tribune)
Polluting trucks from California come to Oregon (Portland Oregonian)
Rescue mission often packed full (Portland Oregonian)
Protesters push for $15 hour minimum wage (Salem Statesman Journal)
Schools examine new SAT test for next year (Salem Statesman Journal)

Panel considers teacher pay (Bremerton Sun)
Kitsap hospital paused for safety (Bremerton Sun)
Inslee details more views on road projects (Everett Herald)
Longview area looking at more school merger plans (Longview News)
New formula proposed for limiting slot machines (Tacoma News Tribune, Olympian)
Not finding avian flu in Agnew area (Port Angeles News)
Kilmer wades into Navy electronic warfare debate (Port Angeles News)
More students opted out of standardized tests (Tacoma News Tribune)
Vancouver developer plans project changes (Vancouver Columbian)
Ruling: Selah was wrong to expel autistic boy (Yakima Herald Republic)

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