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The Spokane City Council explores a "safety valve" for the ombudsman; plus, lawmakers in Olympia look to fund the North-South Freeway

What the Council Wants Last week, the Spokane City Council made impassioned arguments for police oversight, unanimously rejecting a proposed contract with the Police Guild because, council members said, it didn't adequately empower the police ombudsman. But just days later, the…

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