Monday, March 9, 2015

MB: Oil trains, booze and erotic film banned in Idaho and first city-run pot shop

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Spokane Mayor David Condon, citing the danger posed by oil trains going through the Lilac City, wants a say at a proposed oil terminal in Vancouver, Washington. (Spokesman-Review)

There is a hidden danger in the streets of downtown Spokane: vaults. (Spokesman-Review)

In Idaho, officials aren’t allowing alcohol to be served in theaters showing Fifty Shades of Grey. (Spokesman-Review)


The town of North Bonneville, Washington, became the first municipality in the U.S. to open its own city-run recreational pot shop. (KREM)

Russian President Vladimir Putin has admitted that he planned to annex Crimea before the disputed peninsula was to hold a referendum on self-determination. (BBC)

Republican Gov. Scott Walker of Wisconsin has signed a controversial right-to-work bill. (New York Times)

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