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  • Death Row Seat
  • Death Row Seat

    Why reporters are fighting to watch criminals die.
      He’s seen a needle pop out of a dying man’s arm, and the deadly solution squirt out. He’s seen an inmate smuggle a handcuff key in his mouth €” and then spit it out before he was killed. He still recalls the look on convicted killer Gary Graham’s face as he prepared to die in 2000.
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  • A New Day
  • A New Day

    Four new laws that change the way Washington works.
      Four new laws that change the way Washington works.
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  • Government, Privatized
  • Government, Privatized

    Mayor Condon continues to shake up City Hall and outsource certain services. But will it work?
  • When a 'Miracle' Meets the FDA
  • When a 'Miracle' Meets the FDA

    Depending whom you ask, a Spokane business was either selling modern snake oil or a cure-all.
      Matthew Darjany and Daniel Smith's Miracle Mineral Solution is shut down by the feds
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  • Abortion Crusaders
  • Abortion Crusaders

    Can a Chattaroy couple really overturn Roe v. Wade?
      Can Chattaroy couple Larry and Ginny Cronin really overturn the Roe v. Wade abortion decision?
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  • Gag Reflexes
  • Gag Reflexes

    The City of Spokane's handling of a golf-course accident raises more questions about how it responds to lawsuits.
      Stan Peterson is suing the City of Spokane for an injury he incurred on a municipal golf course in 2007. The case, involving missing evidence and a rare gag order, raises questions about the city's risk-management policies.
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  • Retirement Advice
  • Retirement Advice

    Pension funding is an important tradition of public employment, but it's time the City of Spokane reformed its system.
      Pension funding is an important tradition of public employment, but it's time the City of Spokane reformed its system.
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  • Going It Alone
  • Going It Alone

    In civil court, fewer people are getting lawyers to help them navigate the system.
      In Spokane County civil court, fewer people are getting lawyers to help them navigate the system.
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  • Rigging the Results?
  • Rigging the Results?

    After a Spokane city vehicle strikes an elderly woman, risk managers try to control the story.
      Though the driver, city engineering employee Daniel Hirst, braked hard, the impact threw the old woman nearly 19 feet, records indicate. For Searl, it changed her life. She suffered an injured arm, a head injury that made it harder to think, and a broken back that meant she’d never walk again.
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  • Young, Troubled Minds
  • Young, Troubled Minds

    In Idaho, mental illness increasingly dominates juvenile detention centers.
      Jackie Curl remembers grabbing the knife. He was 8 eight years old, and his babysitter had made him go to bed. He didn’t want to. He says he remembers kicking down the door, running to the kitchen, snatching up a big kitchen knife and chasing his babysitter and friends with it.
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  • The Honeymooner
  • The Honeymooner

    How can David Condon avoid the fate of so many Spokane mayors? Simple: Take the people's side.
      I had to laugh when a reader predicted the day will come soon when Mayor David Condon will start doing âeuro;œall that Republican stuff.âeuro;� I imagined him decreeing March 11 as Rupert Murdoch Day all across Spokane, or perhaps invading Post Falls. (I think we all know theyâeuro;™re up to something over there.
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  • Watching the Watchers
  • Watching the Watchers

    While the police reform, the ombudsman says news outlets should do the same.
      âeuro;œFor a variety of reasons, I donâeuro;™t know how likely it is that the various TV, print, and online news organizations in Spokane would all agree to have our content reviewed by a single ombudsman, but Iâeuro;™d be open to discussing that possibility,âeuro;� Post wrote in an email.
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  • Job Creator?
  • Job Creator?

    Can Mayor Condon’s administration live up to his campaign promises?
      How does that work? Mayor David Condon has stated that his priority for the city is growing and retaining jobs. And his transition-team presentation last week highlighted the cityâeuro;™s new commitment to making life easier on businesses in the hopes of creating jobs and revenue.
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  • Supervision Showdown
  • Supervision Showdown

    One solution to the dwindling budget: letting offenders out of jail earlier, watching them less.
      In Washington, the budget has gotten so tight that the Legislature is considering letting people out of jail early to cut costs. Struggling with limited funding, the Department of Corrections is counting on two bills before the House Ways and Means Committee to overhaul the way it deals with offenders.
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