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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)

Farmers prepare for possible Idaho drought (Boise Statesman)
Teresa Luna remaining on state payroll (Boise Statesman)
New BYU-I president arrives at Rexburg (IF Post Register)
Special legislative session expected in WA (Lewiston Tribune)
Clearwater Paper may add new chip digester (Lewiston Tribune)
Labrador had role in child support bill fight (Moscow News)
Caldwell schools ask urban renewal funds (Nampa Press Tribune)
9th Circuit rejects St Luke’s rehearing (Nampa Press Tribune)
Study group proposes new ISU president house (Pocatello Journal)
TF drive in theatre likely to close (TF Times News)
More mitigation requirements for groundwater users (TF Times News)

Bill goes after slow left-laners (Eugene Register Guard)
Lane job market best in seven years (Eugene Register Guard)
KF council considers business license changes (KF Herald & News)
Medford reports low local jobless rates (Medford Tribune)
Umatilla city extends pot ban 4 months (Pendleton E Oregonian)
Legislators consider campaign funds options (Portland Oregonian)
Study finds ethnic bias in local housing rentals (Portland Oregonian)
School vaccine requirement bill progresses (Salem Statesman Journal)

Special legislative session looks likely (Everett Herald, Vancouver Columbian, Bremerton Sun, Olympian, Longview News)
Lynnwood plans central city expansion (Everett Herald)
Local unemployment rates decline (Longview News)
Seattle focusing on disorder in 9 1/2 downtown blocks (Seattle Times)
Bellevue gets to work on finishing downtown park (Seattle Times)
Measles case found at Spokane (Spokane Spokesman)
Bill to ban ‘gay therapy’ likely dead this session (Spokane Spokesman)
Inslee asked to veto med pot co-ops (Tacoma News Tribune)
More background on auditor Kelley (Tacoma News Tribune)
Drought may hurt fish recovery programs (Yakima Herald Republic)

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