Chris Stein

Chris Stein is a staff writer at The Inlander. He covers social services, downtown Spokane, Eastern Washington and Spokane city hall. His work has been published by the Associated Press, VeloNews and the Santa Barbara Independent. He was raised in the San Francisco Bay Area.

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When a 'Miracle' Meets the FDA When a 'Miracle' Meets the FDA Depending whom you ask, a Spokane business was either selling modern snake oil or a cure-all. May 23, 2012
The Man in the Middle The Man in the Middle As the city launches its wide-ranging inquiry into police conduct, it turns to one of Spokane's most formidable community organizers. February 08, 2012
Uncharted Territory Uncharted Territory I'm new here. Where do I ride my bike? June 29, 2011
Abortion Crusaders Abortion Crusaders Can a Chattaroy couple really overturn Roe v. Wade? May 09, 2012
Springboard to Fitness Springboard to Fitness Want to soar through the air like a Gonzaga volleyball player? Better start jumping March 01, 2012
Legal Limits Legal Limits What’s going to happen when the state Supreme Court tells public defenders how many cases they should be taking? June 27, 2012

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