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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)

Looking at the next round of major school tests (Boise Statesman)
Ness credited with fixing Transportation Department (Boise Statesman)
St. Al’s criticizes Lt Luke’s Weiser takeover (Boise Statesman)
Jefferson’s Restoring Integrity Project matters (IF Post Register)
Looking at Idaho health care costs (Lewiston Tribune)
Kerby juggles scholarship legislation (Nampa Press Tribune)
Idaho jobless rate falls to lowest in 7 years (TF Times News)
Cannabis oil test bill still alive (TF Times News)
Legislators still pursue federal lands takeover bill (TF Times News)

2-wheel vehicles could run reds under bill (Eugene Register Guard)
Crime victims falsely notified of prisoner releases (Eugene Register Guard, KF Herald & News)
Drought brings some federal assistance (Medford Tribune, KF herald & News)
Police getting trained for mental health issues (Medford Tribune)
School advocates blast Democratic state budget (Medford Tribune)
Looking back on Kitzhaber’s final days (Portland Oregonian)
Food stamp program working with food farm (Salem Statesman Journal)

State auditor inquiry continues (Bellingham Herald)
Re-evaluating Port Orchard weekend foot ferry (Bremerton Sun)
Reviewing Oso slide at one year (Seattle Times, Everett Herald, Yakima Herald Republic, Olympian)
What’s happening with Cowlitz casino? (Longview News)
Very low snowpack in Washington (Tacoma News Tribune, Olympian)
Avista Utilities considering a power rate increase (Spokane Spokesman)
Rivers talks of supporting transport package (Vancouver Columbian)

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