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  • When the Levy Breaks
  • When the Levy Breaks

    On Valentine's Day, voters will decide whether to cut off about a fourth of Spokane school funding.
      This time, 13 school districts in the Spokane area %uFFFDeuro;” including Spokane Public Schools, Mead, Deer Park, Central Valley and East Valley %uFFFDeuro;” are attempting to renew their maintenance and operation levy that funds sports, art, music and an increasing chunk of general education funding.
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  • Montana Strikes Back
  • Montana Strikes Back

    The Supreme Court could learn a lesson on campaign finance from the Big Sky state.
      Following decades of struggle under the political weight of mining companies, banks and railroads, Montanans passed a law in 1912 stating that âeuro;œa corporation may not make a contribution or an expenditure in connection with a candidate or a political committee that supports or opposes a candidate or a political party.
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  • Huntsman in 2016?
  • Huntsman in 2016?

    The former ambassador may be waiting out the crazies in order to have a shot at the next presidential election.
      Huntsman has to be assuming that many of the most radical and inept of the 2010 Republican extremists (a large pool) won’t be around past 2012, which result should work to send his party a message: The GOP must marginalize its base and move dramatically towards the center.
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  • Political Mapmaking
  • Political Mapmaking

    Slade Gorton on why his commission is changing the way we vote in Washington state.
      The former U.S. Senator is part of a commission made up of two Republicans, two Democrats and a nonpartisan, non-voting member that will decide the size and shape of our 49 state legislative districts and nine U.S. congressional districts. From these political borders, we elect our representatives to Olympia and D.
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  • Everyone's A Critic
  • Everyone's A Critic

    A race of also-rans is not lacking in the grumbles.
      These are some of the complaints of the six candidates vying for a soon-to-be vacant city council seat. Bob Apple, who currently represents the northeastern District 1, is moving on, termed-out and probably heading back to private business, he says. And while he’s.
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