Rep. Miller turns to Idaho roots in pursuit of another term (Mountain Express)

Idaho Health Insurers Want Big Rate Increases For Individual Plans (Boise State Public Radio)

Why You Shouldn’t Compare This Year’s Idaho SAT Scores To Previous Years' (Boise State Public Radio)

Study puts economic value on agriculture in Northwest, Idaho (Press-Tribune)

Businesses, residents prepare for changes to food stamp distribution (Press-Tribune)

Risch Calls for 'Third Way,' Leery on More Gun Restrictions in Wake of Orlando Shooting (Times-News)

Labrador Bill For More Local Control of Federal Lands Clears Committee (Times-News)

Refugee Opponents Turn Focus to City Council (Times-News)

Committee OKs Labrador's land bill (Lewiston Tribune)

Republican lawmakers move to take back their authority (Lewiston Tribune)

Senate Dems serious about passing gun control (Lewiston Tribune)

Tax relief: Meet the New Otter, same as the Old Otter? (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Environmental concerns dominate water policy hearing (Capital Press)

Idaho’s senators await details on gun legislation (Idaho Statesman)

Idaho Democrats endorse move to presidential primary (Idaho Statesman)

In Trump-Clinton contest, who wins Idaho? Probably who you expect (Idaho Statesman)

North Idaho schools score above state average on SATs (Spokesman-Review)

Idaho health coverage gap can be closed, lawmakers believe (Spokesman-Review)

Democrat challenges Rep. Barbieri in heavily GOP North Idaho district (Spokesman-Review)

Economist: Local economy ‘quite healthy’ (CDA Press)

Many hands reach for state salary funds (CDA Press)

Allure of out-of-state jobs hampering 60 percent graduation goal (Idaho Education News)

Idaho's latest SAT scores a mixed bag (Idaho Education News)

Legislative leaders approve school funding group's roster (Idaho Education News)

Feeling Berned (Idaho Reports)