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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)

Guns on campus costs universities $3.7m (Boise Statesman)
PUC Commissioner Martha Smith will depart (Boise Statesman)
Homeless census underway (Lewiston Tribune)
WA legislature looks at abortion notification (Lewiston Tribune)
WA might spread pot revenues to cities (Moscow News)
Moscow will survey residents on utilities (Moscow News)
Nampa council halts its streets proposal (Nampa Press Tribune)
Senate panel approves oil and gas proposal (Nampa Press Trbune)
Gaps in child mental health help decried (TF Times News)
Variety of bills moving in Senate Judiciary (TF Times News)

UO ponders what to do about Howe’s field gates (Eugene Register Guard)
Democrats plan policy for legislative action (Eugene Register Guard, KF Herald & News)
Strippers organizing to improve work conditions (Eugene Register Guard)
Snowpack low, despite good rain (KF Herald & News)
Klamath drought troubles still in search of solution (KF Herald & News)
Who compensates, and how much, when wolves kill? (Medford Tribune)
Cow Creek Umpqua Tribe plans 93 worker layoffs (Medford Tribune)
Medford looks to ban styrofoam (Medford Tribune)
Low carbon bill progresses, over GOP complaints (Pendleton E Oregonian)
Plans call for thinning some area forests (Pendleton E Oregonian)
Democrats move for broader motor voter law (Portland Oregonian)
Hillsboro looks at street fee plan (Portland Oregonian)
Ruling says cake refusal was discrimination (Portland Oregonian)
Public hearing on pot rules draws hundreds (Salem Statesman Journal)

Snohomish courthouse prospects pricy (Everett Herald)
State considers tolling on I-405 (Everett Herald)
Budget proposal for Hanford hits $2.3b (Kennewick Herald)
Support grows for banning studded tires (Kennewick Herald, Olympian)
Cowlitz United Way says no funds were stolen (Longview News)
Strippers in Oregon orgazize for better work conditions (Longview News)
Legislature considers pot revenue for cities (Vancouver Columbian, Yakima Herald Republic, Longview News)
Business owners seek help on burglaries (Port Angeles News)
Many foster parents decline flu shots (Seattle Times)
Pierce courthouse price could top $127m (Tacoma News Tribune)
EPA has issues with operation at Point Ruston (Tacoma News Tribune)
Increase speed to 75mpg on rural I-90? (Yakima Herald Republic)

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