Idaho Legislature reshuffles committee posts, gears up for session (Spokesman-Review)

Losing candidate files challenge with the Idaho Senate (Spokesman-Review)

The political impact on gun sales (CDA Press)

Boise Meeting On Salmon, Dam Removal Brings Up Old And New Arguments (Boise State Public Radio)

Feds Say Idaho Single-Sex Elementary Classrooms Violated Law (Boise State Public Radio)

Idaho to stay the course with teacher evaluation model (Idaho Education News)

Vanorden promoted to chairwoman of House Education (Idaho Education News)

Editorial: Future of Idaho’s wild salmon can’t be sacrificed for any other interest (Idaho Statesman)

The two women who seem to have the edge right now for Interior secretary (Idaho Statesman)

Analyst: Idaho has reasonable taxes but outdated policies (Idaho Statesman)

Otter mum on whether he’s being considered for Trump’s cabinet (Idaho Statesman)

Constituents deserve legislative involvement during times of controversy (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Idaho should fix its own health insurance marketplace (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

New lawmaker hopes to improve technology infrastructure in rural Idaho (Capital Press)

Farm Bureau leaders: Election results show power of rural America (Capital Press)

Draft plan released for new wilderness areas (Mountain Express)

Marty Trillhaase: Our man in Havana? Butch Otter, who else? (Lewiston Tribune)

Legislators get their assignments (Lewiston Tribune)

Lawmakers eye law that lets cops seize assets (Times-News)

6 Idahoans who want something from government in 2017 (Times-News)

Businesses in limbo after pushback halts overtime rules (Idaho Business Review)

Interim committee finishes employee benefit report (Idaho Business Review)

Voter turnout reaches record numbers this election (Press-Tribune)