Denver decriminalizes magic mushrooms, Pope issues law on sex abuse, and morning headlines

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: Spokane author Simeon Mills' debut novel is just the basketball-obsessed robot love story you've been waiting for.

IN OTHER NEWS

Making a sacrifice
Mead School District's budget cuts mean Riverpoint Academy will close. Parents and students are devastated. (KXLY)

Tripping out
Denver has become the first city to decriminalize magic mushrooms. (NPR)

The Catholic way
Pope Francis issued a new church law today: Instead of simply reporting to police, any sexual abuse is to be reported to superiors within the church, who, surely, will do the right thing. Right? (Associated Press)


Bible schools
A conservative Christian group is pushing Bible classes in public schools nationwide — and it’s working. (Washington Post)

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About The Author

Wilson Criscione, born and raised in Spokane, is an Inlander staff writer covering education and social services in the Inland Northwest.