Dairy organization petitions for immigration reform (Capital Press)

Public lands transfer backers seek convention of states to amend Constitution (Capital Press)

Idaho Senate committee votes to introduce field burning bill (Capital Press)

Legislators ponder minimum drinking rule (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Like role model Teddy Roosevelt, Interior nominee Zinke wants to look 100 years ahead (Idaho Statesman)

As Obama administration ends, BLM official approves final Gateway West powerline route (Idaho Statesman)

Trump inauguration: Idahoans here, in D.C. pause to witness transfer of power (Idaho Statesman)

Bill aims to slow monument designations (Mountain Express)

Trump’s Interior Pick Questioned About Sage Grouse Management (Boise State Public Radio)

Will Lawmakers Change Idaho's Primary? (Boise State Public Radio)

Marty Trillhaase: Just leave the driving to us, you silly voters (Lewiston Tribune)

State reps ask for ideas at town hall (CDA Press)

Has 'Ferguson Effect' made its way to Southeast Idaho? (State Journal)

Former Councilwoman Eva Nye filling in temporarily for Rep. Elaine Smith (State Journal)

Rep. Heather Scott would do well to channel the late Helen Chenoweth-Hage (Spokesman-Review)

State Rep. Heather Scott forces full reading of Idaho House’s first bill for ‘transparency’ sake (Spokesman-Review)

Opponents to Craters park proposal offer few specifics (Post Register)

Dem bill would help rural teachers pay off loans (Times-News)

Bedke hopes to move on; nothing new 'as of this time' on Scott's committees (Times-News)

Lawmaker calls Idaho teen 'our hope for the future' (Idaho Education News)

Teacher salaries up 5 percent, two years into career ladder (Idaho Education News)

Legislative committee votes to raise state employee pay by 3 percent (Idaho Business Review)

Department of Commerce plans to increase spending on tourism (Idaho Business Review)

Rep. Scott Syme concerned about transportation as first-term Caldwell lawmaker (Press-Tribune)

Melba rancher joins Trump administration (Press-Tribune)