Issue of

Jul 7-13, 2016

 Digital Edition


  • Test Anxiety

    Attitudes about cannabis have shifted, but when it comes to the workplace, change has been slower

    By Jake Thomas

  • Drug Money

    Money from the marijuana taxes is beginning to trickle down from the state to local cities

    By Daniel Walters

  • Seeds of Change?

    Unlike its neighbors to the west, Idaho has resisted loosening its cannabis laws. Could that be changing?

    By Jake Thomas

  • Too Much Green

    The lack of banking services has forced pot transactions to be handled with cash, and that can be a problem

    By Wilson Criscione

  • Think of the Children

    Pot is legal. That doesn't mean more kids are smoking it; it also doesn't mean they should

    By Mitch Ryals

  • Lane Ends Ahead

    Spokane wants to improve a mile-long section of Monroe — but that means taking away two lanes

    By Daniel Walters

  • A Second Look

    Court of Appeals clarifies state law awarding wrongfully convicted people compensation; plus, what is Just Want Privacy hiding?

    By Mitch Ryals and Jake Thomas

  • Downstream

    Single-stream was supposed to make recycling and waste disposal more economical in Spokane and CdA, but the global market is changing that

    By Jake Thomas

  • Rule Refresher

    Making sense of Washington's new medical marijuana law

    By Azaria Podplesky






  • Wedded Miss

    Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates needs to go away

    By Seth Sommerfeld

  • Watch Me Whip

    In the '80s, a couple of kids filmed a shot-for-shot remake of Raiders of the Lost Ark

    By Dan Nailen

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