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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)

Otter reviews horse racing bill (Boise Statesman)
Renewed push for Craters of the Moon park (Boise Statesman)
College of Western Idaho looks for more tax funding (Boise Statesman)
Higher speed limits could cause big rig blowouts (IF Post Register)
Republican newsletter offends Muslims (IF Post Register, Pocatello Journal)
Lots of disputes in wake of horse racing bill (IF Post Register)
Lewiston children’s home blocks new admissions (Lewiston Tribune)
Inslee signs bill allowing WSU med school (Lewiston Tribune)
Transportation bill alive with Otter out of way (Lewiston Tribune)
Canyon sheriff against expanding jail (Nampa Press Tribune)
Nafziger’s men’s store closing (Nampa Press Tribune)
Simpson, Labrador split on rural funding bill (Nampa Press Tribune)
Air rescue base opens at Portneuf Medical Center (Pocatello Journal)
New concealed carry bill goes to governor (Pocatello Journal)

School funding bill moves from House to Senate (Astorian)
New gun registration bill drawn much debate (Portland Oregonian, Eugene Register Guard, Pendleton E Oregonian)
Medford reviews dispensary location rules (Medford Tribune)
New large brewpub planned for Medford (Medford Tribune)
Reviewing property taxes for local data centers (Pendleton E Oregonian)
Extended statute of limitations sought for race (Portland Oregonian)
Hayes looks for funding for legal battle (Portland Oregonian)
Salem Hospital and OHSU near deal (Salem Statesman Journal)

Allegiant Air strike stopped (Bellingham Herald)
Port Orchard cops for justified in shooting (Bremerton Sun)
Deal made for Harrison hospital (Bremerton Sun)
School cameras to be added at Edmonds (Everett Herald)
State auditor doesn’t show at legislative hearing (Tacoma News Tribune, Everett Herald, Vancouver Columbian, Olympian, Longview News)
Sites considered for Manhattan Project Park (Kennewick Herald)
Inslee signs WSU med school bill (Spokane Spokesman, Kennewick Herald)
Snowpack still very low (Kennewick Herald)
Tenino residents march for ousted cop chief (Olympian)
Expedia expected to move from Bellevie to Seattle (Seattle Times)

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