MORNING BRIEFING: A Bold New World of Weed

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HERE

A new proposed anti-discrimination policy over sexual orientation and gender identity causes tension in the Coeur d'Alene School District. (SR)

That money you help the city raise by getting caught on camera running red lights still can still only be used on traffic safety projects. (SR)

A woman stops an apparent child-luring attempt in north Spokane. (KXLY)

Spokane will get one of the state's first pot-growing licenses. (KXLY)

Hundreds of thousands of dollars were lost in the URM security breach. (SR)

THERE

The '80s called: They're taking 20 percent of Radio Shack's stores back. (NYT)

John Kerry arrives in Kiev, offering gifts of loan guarantees to a country on the brink of war. (NYT)

Here come the pot TV ads. (The Wire)

BETTE'S BUSINESS BUREAU

Bette in Spokane and Cathy McMorris Rodgers get a drubbing from Colbert. (And the Spokesman-Review gets some praise.)