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  • Transgender bathroom case likely headed to Supreme Court

    The debate over whether transgender students should be able to use the bathrooms that match their gender identity is likely headed to the U.S. Supreme Court after a federal appeals …

  • Spokane County files appeal to reverse tax-break ruling

    Spokane County will continue to fight a tax break for military veterans and low-income retirees it says the city of Spokane illegally promised. The state has joined the county, saying …

  • County loses appeal over acquitted man’s lost wages

    Spokane County must pay about $10,000 in lost wages to an accused assailant eventually cleared of any criminal wrongdoing in a 2010 melee that left two men with stab wounds, …

  • Pharmacists lose Plan B pill ruling

    Pharmacists are obliged to dispense the Plan B pill, even if they are personally opposed to the “morning after” contraceptive on religious grounds, a federal appeals court ruled Wednesday. In …

  • Disabled worker prevails in suit against Boeing

    A former worker at Spokane’s Boeing Co. manufacturing plant has prevailed in a disability discrimination case against his former employee as an appellate court reinstated a court judgment in his …



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