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Friday, July 11

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Aberdeen Daily World
Letter: Time for local lawmakers to weigh in on oil (Tharinger, Van De Wege, Hargrove)

Associated Press
Central Washington wildfire grows dramatically
Washington’s blueberry crop growing to 45,000 tons
Gov. Inslee sharpening state water-quality rules with high fish-consumption rates
More details soon will come online about who pays your physician
Inventor pushes solar panels for roads, highways

Bellingham Herald
Environmentalists want limits on BP Cherry Point dock

Bothell Reporter
DelBene helps introduce legislation in response to Supreme Court decision on contraception

Everett Herald (subscription required)
Jobless benefit claims near 7-year low
U.S. growth likely to exceed 3 percent
Editorial: Sink or swim on renewables

Puget Sound Business Journal
Federal money adds 24 new medical residencies in Washington state’s most doctor-starved regions
3 reasons recreational marijuana should be legal in all 50 states

Seattle Times (subscription required)
In the forecast: heat wave, wildfires
State Supreme Court ruling reins in scope of police frisks
Pot supply is low and stores can’t meet demand
State board protects 17 core graduation credits from waivers 
Jonathan Martin:Remember the reason for legal pot |
Guest Opinion: The economy needs oil trains

Walla Walla Union Bulletin (subscription required)
Was Mike Boyer really fired for buying weed in Spokane?

Yakima Herald Republic
Editorial: Privatized liquor fulfills some, not all promises

BROADCAST

KING 5 TV (NBC)
Bill Gates urges Congress to pass immigration bill
Measles cases in Washington have quintupled
Whatcom Co. case shows problems with ‘no extradition’ warrants

KIRO 7 TV (CBS)
Pierce County leaders ‘frustrated’ to know nothing of immigrant plans at JBLM

KOMO 4 TV (ABC)
Boeing Co. raises forecast for new airplane demand

KPLU FM
New High School Diploma Rules Make Clear Which Credits Students Can Waive — And Which They Can’t
Washington Supreme Court Says ‘Stop And Frisk’ Went Too Far

NW Public Radio
Washington Supreme Court Says ‘Stop And Frisk’ Went Too Far
Washington Breaks Own Record For Registered Voters

Q13 TV (FOX)
Bill Gates, Warren Buffett, Sheldon Adelson blast House Republicans, demand immigration reform

WEB

Horsesass.org
Because Bars and Restaurants Simply Can’t Afford to Pay a $15 Minimum Wage…

Slog
A Year Without Eyman