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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)

University adjuncts protest for better pay (Boise Statesman, Lewiston Tribune, Moscow News)
More research into how sagebrush survive (Boise Statesman)
Lewiston police short on ammo supplies (Lewiston Tribune)
Legislators says 2nd amendment activists harassing (Pocatello Journal, Moscow News)
Moscow-Pullman airport work near start (Moscow News)
Anti-bully measure introduced at legislature (Nampa Press Tribune)
Citizenship test bill runs into problems (Nampa Press Tribune)

Fewer hospitalist doctors available (Eugene Register Guard)
KCC leader will stay at Klamath (KF Herald & News)
Numbers of Oregon wolves on increase (KF Herald & News)
Kitzhaber’s appointees halted at Senate (Medford Tribune)
Heavy absentees in Oregon schools may affect budgets (Medford Tribune)
Pendleton tries to create public database (Pendleton E Oregonian)
Legislators prepare to fund schools budget (Pendleton E Oregonian)
Economy looking good for eastern Oregon (Pendleton E Oregonian)
IRS looking into Kitzhaber finances too (Portland Oregonian)
The difficulties of prosecuting bike theives (Portland Oregonian)
Vaccine requirement bill meeting canceled (Salem Statesman Journal)

Some health insurance recipients overbilled (Bremerton Sun)
About grizzly bear restoration efforts (Everett Herald)
Lovick delivers state of Snohomish speech (Everett Herald)
Inslee doesn’t talk taxes to air industry leaders (Everett Herald)
Longview community house has financial trouble (Longview News)
Impacts of low-snow winter on power weighed (Longview News)
Discussing costs of legislator travel (Tacoma News Tribune, Olympian)
Olympia courts might move to downtown (Olympian)
Feds study new arco protections (Port Angeles News)
Seattle downtown workers using more non-car transit (Seattle Times)
Microsoft managers fires over expenses (Seattle Times)
Gig Harbor tax activists want vote on building (Tacoma News Tribune)
Still more about ‘In God we trust’ (Vancouver Columbian)

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