Still Occupying 

The demonstration in downtown continues. Plus, the police ombudsman gets weaker.

The homegrown anti-corporate movement that began in New York City and has spread nationwide has entered its third week. Here in Spokane, supporters of Occupy Spokane continue to wave signs decrying corporate profits, income inequality and greed beneath the Monaghan statue…

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