Editorial: Changes in politics don’t erase Idaho’s duty to those needing health care (Idaho Statesman)

New oil and gas rules improve transparency and oversight but critics say more needed (Idaho Statesman)

Why the polls got the election wrong. In Idaho, it’s partly because of cellphones (Idaho Statesman)

With changes promised by Trump and GOP, what happens to Idaho health care? (Idaho Statesman)

Crapo, Risch standing by Judge Nye nomination, hoping for Senate vote soon (Spokesman-Review)

Idaho Trump electors report ‘barrage’ of harassing messages urging them to change votes (Spokesman-Review)

With Otter in Hawaii, Denney gets a chance to preside over Idaho Land Board (Spokesman-Review)

Mining, timber execs hoping Trump helps (CDA Press)

Medicaid expansion in Idaho likely dead with Trump win (Times-News)

Bedke, Hill hope Trump win means more states' rights emphasis (Times-News)

Idaho cattlemen endorse Little for governor (Capital Press)

Marty Trillhaase: Hoffman stands athwart history and yells: 'Stop' (Lewiston Tribune)

Sen. Bair in crosshairs of former commissioners (Lewiston Tribune)

New online tool helps businesses navigate lawmaking process (Idaho Business Review)

Idaho elector denounces dirty tactics by Trump foes (Press-Tribune)

Trump's stance on DACA worries student about college plans (Press-Tribune)

CWI hit a bond-vote dry hole, time for a new approach (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

State commits its own 'crime against society' by saying no to CBD oil (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Idaho Fish And Game Meet To Discuss Grizzly Delisting, Online Security (Boise State Public Radio)

Senator Crapo Pushes For Vote On Federal Judge, Idaho Issues During Lame Duck Session (Boise State Public Radio)

The money trail between independent groups and political parties (Idaho Education News)

Ybarra’s office clarifies plans to comply with federal law (Idaho Education News)