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Veto Man

Mayor David Condon has vetoed nine ordinances in his seven years as mayor, more than the four strong mayors who came before him combined. (Spokesman-Review)

Starving for knowledge
Local college students are dealing with food insecurity. Here's how the colleges are trying to address it. (Spokesman-Review)

End of the eagles?
Could the annual eagle-watching days at Wolf Lodge Bay be numbered? A proposed development on Lake Coeur d'Alene has some worried it will impact fish and wildlife. (KXLY)


Abortion laws
Alabama's governor signed a bill that effectively bans abortion altogether. It's one of about 30 abortion laws that have passed this year. (New York Times)

States sue over opioids
Five states announced lawsuits today, hoping to hold the drug industry accountable for the opioid crisis. (Associated Press

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Wilson Criscione is an Inlander staff writer covering education, Spokane County, Spokane Valley, and other news. He grew up in Spokane and graduated from Eastern Washington University.