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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)

Lemp Apothecary pharmacy will close (Boise Statesman)
AG figures a St Luke’s tax plan is illegal (Boise Statesman)
Work resumes in west coast porta (Lewiston Tribune)
Barbieri asks about swallowing a vaginal camera (Nampa Press Tribune, Lewiston Tribune)
Legislators look at urban renewal statutes (Lewiston Tribune)
Moscow-Pullman airport funds considered (Moscow News)
Profiling new state prison directory Kempf (Nampa Press Tribune)
Considering Pocatello school leader prospects (Pocatello Journal)

State looks into leak of Kitzhaber emails (Portland Oregonian, Eugene Register Guard)
BuRec looks into changing weather planning (KF Herald & News)
Obama community college plan debated in Oregon (KF Herald & News)
School districts deficient in anti-bullying effort (Medfodd Tribune)
No plans yet for fixing E Oregon bridges (Pendleton E Oregonian)
Moving rapidly on state ethics efforts (Pendleton E Orgonian)
Legislature would bar ‘gay conversion therapy’ (Pendleton E Oregonian)
Looking into anti-vaccination advocates (Portland Oregonian)
Ocean acidification threatening oysters (Salem Statesman Journal)
Brown will move into Mahonia Hall (Salem Statesman Journal)

Bremerton treatment plant will get a lid top (Bremerton Sun)
State plans major water cleanup (Bremerton Sun)
Student enrollment at Everett above expectations (Everett Herald)
Study notes ocean acification in WA planning (Longview News)
Measles quarantine ropes in 20 (Port Angeles News)
Oil industry opposes Inslee energy plan (Seattle Times)
Debate over sending money to Somalia (Seattle Times)
Pushing for vote on ‘In God we trust’ (Vancover Columbian)
Legislators, tribes talk pot legalization (Yakima Herald Republic)
Ports returning to work (Yakima Herald Republic)

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