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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)

Statehouse add words protesters arrested (Boise Statesman, TF Times News, Lewiston Tribune)
A court settlement nears for juvenile mental health (Boise Statesman)
Idaho House votes for exam requirement for RU486 (Nampa Press Tribune, TF Times News, Lewiston Tribune)
UI student dean resigns (Moscow News)
Downtown Caldwell envisions plaza (Nampa Press Tribune)
Nampa council approves new St Al hospital (Nampa Press Tribune)
Debate over ‘constitutional carry’? (Pocatello Journal)

Lawsuits suggest Astoria port is a troubled place (Astorian)
Warrenton consider pot future (Astorian)
Mass vaccinations at UO (Eugene Register Guard)
Finalists names for Eugene school superintendet (Eugene Register Guard)
Snowpack down to record lows (KF Herald & News)
Could Medford pot moratorium help black market? (Medford Tribune)
Josephine Co considers $4m unpaid PERS bill (Medford Tribune)
Pendleton considers major water rate hikes (Pendleton E Oregonian)
Legislators consider tax break for data centers (Pendleton E Oregonian)
Reviewing state legal costs in Kitzhaber case (Portland Oregonian)
State parks looking for rehab, not additions (Salem Statesman Journal)
State law would offer chemical regulation (Salem Statesman Journal)

Inslee talks about cost of college at WWU (Bellingham Herald)
State Senate, House conflict on labor bills (Bellingham Herald)
Senate approves transit legislation (Spokane Spokesman, Vancouver Columbian, Yakima Herald Republic, Bellingham Herald, Olympian, Bremerton Sun, Longview News)
State DNR rejects Navy training plan (Bremerton Sun)
Airlines planning under way at Paine Field (Everett Herald)
Owen kills 2/3 rule for Senate tax bills (Tacoma News Tribune, Yakima Herald Republic, Olympian, Longview News)
Simpson lumber sale led to layoffs (Longview News)
Clallam County looks at economic development money (Port Angeles News)
Pierce county sues to stop lawsuit over building (Tacoma News Tribune)
Oil trains could expand massively in Washington (Vancouver Columbian)
Motor oil spills into Sunnyside waterways (Yakima Herald Republic)

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