Inslee postpones transportation projects, AG Barr declines to defend Trump, and other headlines


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Hitting the wallets
Spokane Public Schools won't be charging a fine for kids who vape anytime soon. Neighboring districts like Mead, however, are. (Spokesman-Review)

Waiting game
The second wave of election results are in, and there's not much change. The race for City Council president is still too close to call. (KXLY)

You asked for it
Since voters decided to approve the initiative eliminating extra car tab fees, Gov. Jay Inslee is postponing transportation projects. (KREM)

Man of the law
President Trump wanted his attorney general to say that he broke no laws in the call with the Ukrainian leader, but AG William Barr refused. (Washington Post)

It's in the water
Children in Flint are suffering in school because they've been drinking lead-poisoned water for years. (New York Times

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Wilson Criscione

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