Below are the answers to this week’s quiz. For a longer, interactive version – and a chance to win lunch for two at the Davenport Hotel’s Palm Court – go to spokesman.com/newsquiz.
1 B. Human papillomavirus or HPV, which causes cervical cancer. Perry signed an executive order calling for all female students ages 12-14 to get the vaccine unless their parents opt out. The Legislature later repealed that order.
2 C. Watson will be helping with diagnoses and treatment recommendations for members of WellPoint Insurance, but won’t be rejecting claims.
3 A. Otto Perez Molina finished first, with Baldizon and Suger second and third. Colom is the outgoing president, and Yankees pitcher Rivera collected his 600th save against the Mariners.
4 E. There’s no fine or other penalty for this infraction, but commissioners said that passing the ordinance would allow a deputy to discuss the importance of helmets with children (and parents) if they are seen biking or boarding without headgear.
Last week’s winner: Amanda Lazaro, of Coeur d’Alene
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