1. Big, bad tunnel news: Citing fears of traffic diversion from tolls as high as $3.75 each way, state house transportation chair Judy Clibborn says she hopes to reduce the state contribution to the downtown tunnel by cutting tolls back dramatically, the Seattle Times' Mike Lindblom reports.
2. Sightline has the news that Washington State officials are proposing new rules that would eliminate the obsolete requirement that every household in the state receive a White Pages directory. The new system would be "opt-in"---meaning that you'll only get a White Pages book if you want one.
3. If you haven't paid your tolls for crossing the 520 bridge, you may be unable to renew your vehicle registration. The Bellevue Reporter explains why.
4. On her blog, city council member Sally Clark is skeptical about the "ill health" of many medical-pot patients; she also explains why the city is proposing regulations to keep medical marijuana purveyors away from residential and historic areas.
5. No health care for DREAMers: Obama's White House rules that young immigrants granted a reprieve from deportation will not be eligible for coverage under the Affordable Care Act, the New York Times reports.