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from The Spokesman-Review
Newspaper in Spokane, Washington

Criminal charge dismissed in case involving forged judge’s signature
A felony forgery charge has been dismissed against the former spokesman of the Coeur d’Alene Tribe in a case centered on a forged signature of Spokane County Superior Court Judge Maryann Moreno. The criminal case against Quanah M. Spencer, 41, was dismissed Tuesday by Superior Court Judge James Triplet. It’s the latest turn in a bizarre civil case that continues before Moreno.

Police shows like ‘Live PD’ would get more restrictions under new Spokane law
Film crews hoping to broadcast Spokane police officers on the beat will be subject to additional regulations and review under a law set for a vote by the City Council on Monday night. The proposal from City Council President Ben Stuckart is not intended to censor shows such as “Live PD” but to protect those who appear on the programs from public scrutiny and ridicule without their permission, the lawmaker said.

Washington Legislature approves abortion insurance bill
The Washington Legislature has passed a measure that would require Washington insurers offering maternity care to also cover elective abortions and contraception.


from Task & Purpose
Media/News Company in New York, NY

George W Bush Opens Up About Veterans, Iraq, And The Healing Power of Art
As the former commander-in-chief unveiled his new series of artwork, a tribute to America’s veterans, he sat down with Task & Purpose to talk about his remarkable transformation from president to painter.


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