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Schools in Eugene will develop training for school employees on how to support transgender and gender nonconforming students, for instance, by asking which pronoun or name a student prefers.
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The woman who had been hanging off the anchor chain of an Arctic oil-drilling support ship in Bellingham since Friday night has ended her protest, asking for help to get down.
The law that will change the name July 24 to the “Liquor and Cannabis Board” also directed the board to decide which unlicensed medical-marijuana shops and grow operations to legitimize by July 1, 2016.