Shawn Vestal: Idaho lawmakers stand up again for the religious right of parents to let their children die (Spokesman-Review)

New Idaho law on vacation rentals seeks middle ground (Spokesman-Review)

Crapo-led panel explores more Russia sanctions (Lewiston Tribune)

National monuments: Trump chooses to make a statement instead of making a difference (Idaho Statesman)

Idaho’s Labrador finds friendlier crowd in Canyon County for second town hall, but topic is still health care (Idaho Statesman)

What’s at stake in the court fight over the grocery tax? More than just your food bill (Idaho Statesman)

How much? Idaho lawmakers got $1 million toward their expenses this year (Associated Press)

Marty Trillhaase: If Transportation Board is not in charge, who is? (Lewiston Tribune)

Second Town Hall In A Week For Idaho's Raul Labrador (Boise State Public Radio)

In The Face Of Chobani Lawsuit, Alex Jones Vows He'll Visit Idaho (Boise State Public Radio)

County opinion sharply divided on Trump presidency (Mountain Express)

Health care dominates Labrador town hall in Nampa Monday (Press-Tribune)

Petition submitted to recall Notus mayor (Press-Tribune)

Department of Labor: Overcoming digital divide will take more than equipment (Idaho Business Review)

Grocery tax lawsuit should prevail (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Union head sees promise in ESSA, problems in Trump budget (Idaho Education News)

Schools ride and attendance and funding roller coaster (Idaho Education News)

On Idaho’s public defense, and what’s next (Idaho Reports)

Supreme Court to allow public defense challenge to go forward (Idaho Reports)