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On the front pages


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)

Woodgrain Millwork owners alerted about roof (Boise Statesman)
Campaign contributions and cannbidiol veto (Nampa Press Tribune)
Water supplies may run out early this year (Nampa Press Tribune)
East Idaho counties low on alcohol consumption (Pocatello Tribune)

New start for business recruitment group (Eugene Register Guard)
Jail ballot issue hits in Klamath (KF Herald & News)
Analysis shows money flows from Crater, other parks (KF Herald & News)
Pot entrepreneurs await July 1 (Medford Tribune)
Oswego bank grew too fast, burst (Portland Oregonian)
Environmental review of session so far (Salem Statesman Journal)

Whatcom plans November vote on jail bond (Bellingham Herald)
Legislature will return this week (Everett Herald)
The undoing of Microgreen Polymers (Everett Herald)
The women in Cowlitz county government (Longview News)
School districts in budget guessing game (Vancouver Columbian)
Medicaid expansion plans in review (Vancouver Columbian)

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