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The John Wayne approach to handling growth hasn't corralled anything

Several years back, on a downtown street, I ran into a well-connected local businesswoman who was leaving Spokane to move back East. We got to talking about local issues, and I asked, "How do you define 'economic development?'" Her response went…

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