Democratic candidates to debate again, Hillyard water still dirty, and other headlines

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Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.)

Seven of the 2020 Democratic presidential candidates have vowed to push anti-corruption legislation as their first bill in office.

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Anti-populist Mr. Robot

A software engineer in Seattle has been accused by federal prosecutors of hacking into a server holding personal customer information of Capital One customers and obtaining data on 100 million people. (New York Times)

Schoolyard fight 2.0
The first part of the second round of Democratic 2020 presidential candidate debates are tonight. The slugging continues tomorrow night as well. (NPR)

Hating housing
Everyone loves to vilify developers. But they built your house or apartment. Emily Badger dives into why home builders became every neighbor's favorite punching bag. (New York Times)

Table that study
A resolution that would examine the feasibility of relocating the downtown Spokane Police Department precinct was tabled for 90 days by the Spokane City Council. (Spokesman-Review)

Dirty drinking water
Three days after city officials warned residents in Hillyard not to drink tap water because it was contaminated, there's no clear estimate as to when the problem will be fixed. Between 100 and 120 properties in the neighborhood are affected. (Spokesman-Review)

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Josh Kelety

As a staff writer, Josh covers criminal justice issues and Spokane County government. Previously, he worked as a reporter for Seattle Weekly. Josh grew up in Port Townsend and graduated from the University of Washington. Message him through Signal @ (360) 301-3490.