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Kavanaugh moves forward, McMorris Rodgers asks for PCB pause and other headlines 

click to enlarge Are pollution controls on the Spokane River too strict? - DANIEL WALTERS PHOTO
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Help Ric get his flair back
Artist Ric Gendron lost nearly everything in a house fire in Okanogan County. Here's how you can help him.


Academic opposition
Gonzaga law professors sign on to that letter opposing Kavanaugh's confirmation. (Spokesman-Review)

Who manages the risk of risk management?
State auditors are investigating reports of theft of public funds from Spokane County's risk management division. (Spokesman-Review)

High on PCB
Cathy McMorris Rodgers asks Ecology to put a permit process on pause in order to examine whether PCB pollution standards are too stringent

One step closer to a lifetime term

Kavanaugh makes it through a procedural hurdle with Lisa Murkowski the only Republican voting no, signaling a likely confirmation for the controversial judge. (New York Times)

"Professor Professorson" should have been a dead giveaway

How a trio of scholars snookered serious academic journals into publishing ridiculous papers with fashionable jargon. (The Atlantic)
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