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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)

Reviewing Idaho immunizations, which are high (Boise Statesman)
Still a big divide on adding the words (Lewiston Tribune)
Pocatello and others prepare for school levies (Pocatello Journal)
More water may be needed for aquifer recharge (TF Times News)
Are schools teaching to the test? (TF Times News)
Legislators speak on civics test idea (TF Times News)

Home builders blast Eugene compact-build plan (Eugene Register Guard)
Neighbors concerned about ex-con housing (Eugene Register Guard)
Reviewing Oregon’s big solar project (KF Herald & News)
Medford considers expanding growth boundaries (Medford Tribune)
How much THC in pot-infused candies, etc.? (Portland Oregonian)
Not much money available to help with homeless (Portland Oregonian)
Legislature may kick minimum wage to $15 (Salem Statesman Journal)

About the exemptions from vaccination (Bellingham Herald)
Declines in visits to Kitsap emergency rooms (Bremerton Sun)
Another look at Oso slide geology (Everett Herald)
State spending on schools expected to grow (Everett Herald)
Reviewing proposes propane-butane terminal at Longview (Longview News)
Foreign investors buy into high-end, contrary to rules (Seattle Times)
Spokane wants to participate in oil rail talks (Spokane Spokesman)
Tacoma may adapt new sick leave law (Tacoma News Tribune)
Point Ruston slips on gas permitting procedures (Tacoma News Tribune)
Legislators offer new Columbia bridge I-5 plan (Vancouver Columbian)
Schools at Clark seeking to help with poverty (Vancouver Columbian)
Clark County to have 20 year plan in 2016 (Vancouver Columbian)
Yakima downtown fire causes big damages (Yakima Herald Republic)

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