Trump tax returns delayed, Matt Shea fallout continues, and other headlines


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NATION:
Conservatives on the Supreme Court appear united regarding a question about illegal immigration on the 2020 census.

NEWS: Trees! The Spokane City Council voted to increase the public tree canopy to 30 percent on Monday.


NEWS: Mead School District also has a budget shortfall. Riverpoint Academy could close as a result.

IN OTHER NEWS...

Matt Shea fallout continues...

ICYMI, a recent Guardian investigation revealed Spokane Valley Republican Rep. Matt Shea discussed spying on liberal activists (as well as violence) with right-wing extremists.

Shea, of course, disagrees. (KREM)


Democrats have called for the GOP to oust him from the Legislature. (Spokesman-Review)

The story was also covered by New York Magazine. National coverage! Yay!

ISIS takes credit
ISIS claimed responsibility for the Easter attacks in Sri Lanka. (CNN)
click to enlarge President Donald Trump appears on stage during a campaign rally in Estero, Fla., Oct. 31, 2018. - DOUG MILLS/THE NEW YORK TIMES
Doug Mills/The New York Times
President Donald Trump appears on stage during a campaign rally in Estero, Fla., Oct. 31, 2018.
At least I made my deadline
The treasury secretary says he needs until May 6 (missing yet another deadline) to assess President Trump's tax returns before turning them over to Congress. (New York Times)

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