Pet Issue 2019 is out on stands, immigration raids to begin on Sunday, and other headlines

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NATION: Amy McGrath wants to give Mitch McConnell a run for his money.

NEWS: The pet loss hotline that WSU ran has been shut down due to "inappropriate" calls. 

PETS: Oh yeah... Our Pet Issue is out on stands and online!

IN OTHER NEWS...

Gonzaga prof gets attention for calling MAGA hat 'undeniable symbol of white supremacy'

In a column for the American Bar Association Journal that's been gaining attention this week, a visiting law professor at Gonzaga University recounted why he believes a student wearing a "Make America Great Again" hat to class was inappropriate and a symbol of oppression, the Spokesman-Review reports.


Executive questioning
Trump is expected to announce an executive action to try to get citizenship question on 2020 Census, according to administration official. (Washington Post)

Trump administration plans to start immigration raids in days
On Sunday, nationwide raids to arrest unauthorized immigrants are planned to start, despite opposition even within the ranks of immigration officials, the New York Times reports. 

Exhibit: The Hanford Site @ North Spokane Library

Mondays-Sundays. Continues through Nov. 30
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Quinn Welsch

Quinn Welsch is the copy editor of the Inlander.