Catch and Release 

A year into the Spokane's new panhandling ordinance, guilty verdicts are rare

On a cold February Saturday, just after 5 pm, a Spokane police officer gazes across a downtown corner to see a panhandler step into the street and take something from the driver's side window of a small silver car. Thanks to…

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