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    Spokane scores a medical school as health programs are gutted statewide.
      Avista Utilities made its plane available for lobbyists to fly down to talk to legislators. Rich Hadley, with Greater Spokane Incorporated, flew to Olympia every other week to make the case for the health school.
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    We asked those in the know what to expect in the next decade
      Not necessarily light rail. “It depends on population, density and our willingness to pay for it,” says Meyer, CEO of Spokane Transit Authority. “We’re going to have much better transportation in 10 years that could include more routes and new modes of transportation we don’t have now.
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