Tuesday, September 17, 2013

MORNING BRIEFING: The best way out of a speeding ticket? Get elected

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HERE

Spokane looks to clarify its ethics code. (Inlander)

Turns out the "don't you know who I am?!" strategy is legally valid in Washington. During the session, legislators can't get non-criminal traffic tickets from Washington State Patrol. (Tacoma News Tribune)

Kootenai County prepares for a possible lawsuit against its land-use consultant. (CDA Press)

Mayor Condon wants more police downtown to deal with all the kids these days. (KREM)

THERE

The Navy Yard gunman has been said to be mentally ill for more than a decade. So how did he have access to weapons? (NYT)

Preorder stats indicate the iPhone may be one of the first iFlops. Or maybe just a regular old fashion flop. (The Atlantic Wire)

The original Grand Theft Auto game almost didn't get made, repeatedly. Warning: Autoplay video. (The Guardian.)

America's Number One Medical Insurance Drama

That "Breaking Bad couldn't happen in Canada" meme doesn't just miss the point of the show — it's not even accurate, Megan McArdle argues. (Bloomberg.)

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