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Stories for April 11, 2012
The Legislature wrapped up with a compromise built on an accounting gimmick. Governor's race looks like a tight contest in terms of cash. Differing views on the Arena proposal.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
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It's the final week of Crosscut's spring Membership Drive. The writer of our daily "Midday Scan" explains how he came to be a Crosscut regular, and what Crosscut is trying to do to enrich the local debate.READ MORE 4 COMMENTS
An author says we all pay too little for water, which encourages waste of a precious resource with an uncertain future.READ MORE 7 COMMENTS
The port of Coos Bay, Ore. admits it's in talks with a company interested in developing the site into a coal terminal, but it won't say who. Critics of the shadowy project say the port is trying to avoid facing the potential health and environmental impacts.READ MORE 6 COMMENTS
The quality of news coverage itself is deteriorating, but worse is the decline in our ability to address topics as diverse as the ownership of the LA Dodgers, tax reform, and withdrawal from Afghanistan.READ MORE 12 COMMENTS
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