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By NICHOLAS K. GERANIOS, Related Press
SPOKANE, Clean. (AP) — Public educational institutions will be shut for the rest of the week in Washington state’s 2nd-biggest city as it offers with the aftermath of a harmful windstorm that has remaining tens of thousands without having energy for virtually a 7 days.
Spokane Public Educational institutions decided Monday afternoon to terminate courses all week for the district’s 29,000 pupils. The district said downed power strains and trees blocking sidewalks the place youngsters walk pose a threat and led to the closure.
Youngsters haven’t been in faculty because very last Tuesday, when a windstorm snapped electricity poles and toppled trees that crashed through roofs and crushed cars. A few individuals died when trees fell on their cars.
Some 33,000 customers are still without electrical power in Spokane County soon after the storm ruined the electrical grid. The forecast calls for snow Monday evening.
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By MEG KINNARD and LISA LERER, Associated Press
NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) — Hillary Rodham Clinton says she is willing to split apart big financial institutions should the need arise.
The Democratic primary front-runner told Democrats gathered in North Charleston on Saturday that she has the “toughest” proposals for dealing with Wall Street. She says would “break up the big banks” if necessary and hold top financial executives accountable.
The issue of Clinton’s ties to Wall Street is getting a fresh look after last weekend’s Democratic presidential debate.
Both of her primary rivals back reinstating the law known as Glass-Steagall, which once separated commercial and investment banks.
But Clinton and her advisers argue that Glass-Steagall would not have prevented the failure of large financial institutions, such as investment bank Lehman Brothers and insurer AIG, during the Great Recession.
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