Paper Cuts 

Why phone books are on the chopping block for greens, pols and pissed-off citizens

For Kitty Klitzke, it’s a one-woman war. Big stacks of shiny new phone books get dropped at her Spokane apartment building — and they just sit there, untouched by any of the tenants. “I hate phonebooks,” she says. “There are two…

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