Off the Bus 

Three passengers say they were kicked off a Spokane bus for discussing bisexuality.

It was 16-year-old Mat Kellogg’s first time riding the bus in Spokane. But Kellogg, a kid from Deer Park attending Spokane Falls Community College, never finished that ride. Nor did Jessica Jahn, 21, and Kaitlyn Bahn, 24, who were with him…

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