Double Take 

Reversing course, the Spokane City Council warms to a less-than-independent ombudsman

When the Spokane City Council last month swiftly and unanimously rejected a contract agreement with the Spokane Police Guild, they were met with praise. "Thanks for your leadership!" wrote Rick Eichstaedt, executive director of the nonprofit Center for Justice, an outspoken critic…

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