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How about them apples

The Associated Press news feed contains a story on the resupply of the space station with the note: “The company also tucked away apples and other fresh treats from an employee’s family orchard.”

From living in Spokane and seeing the freeway signs, I can’t help wondering if the home-grown apples broke any quarantines by being included.

Tim Rolfe



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Editorial: Washington state lawmakers scramble to keep public in the dark

State lawmakers want to create a legislative loophole in Washington’s Public Records Act. While it’s nice to see Democrats and Republicans working together for once, it’s just too bad that their agreement is that the public is the enemy. As The Spokesman-Review’s Olympia reporter Jim Camden explained Feb. 22, lawmakers could vote on a bill today responding to a court order that the people of Washington are entitled to review legislative records.