Whistleblower complaint alleging White House cover-up released, Spokane teachers unhappy with budget, and other headlines

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NEWS: Spokane Public Schools teachers who were laid off, then recalled, often find themselves in new positions.


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Consequences of the budget
Spokane teachers showed up at the school board meeting last night to express their frustration with the effect of the budget cuts. (Spokesman-Review)

Banking on marijuana
The U.S. House, with the help of Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers, has passed a bill prohibiting federal regulators from penalizing banks working with marijuana businesses that follow state laws. (Spokesman-Review)

Going the extra mile
A teacher at Timberlake High School was named Idaho's teacher of the year thanks to her work combating the stigma around mental health. (KXLY)


Secrets exposed
The whistleblower complaint alleging that President Trump pressured the Ukraine president to investigate Joe Biden's son was released Thursday. Read the document here. (New York Times

About The Author

Wilson Criscione

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