Report: Crapo puts emphasis on bipartisan bills in new role of banking chairman (Spokesman-Review)

New Rep. Labrador bill targets sanctuary cities, would allow crime victims to sue them (Idaho Statesman)

Saving Idaho’s salmon: Nature again turns against returning fish that already face long odds (Idaho Statesman)

Report: Trump suggests steep cuts for nuclear, possibly affecting Idaho National Lab (Post Register)

After disastrous winter, Idaho cities, highway officials wait for road-repair help (Times-News)

Competition heavy for $50K in state road money (Times-News)

Marty Trillhaase: Mike Simpson can't defend the bill he passed (Lewiston Tribune)

Idaho Senators Want To Intervene In Grocery Tax Legal Battle (Boise State Public Radio)

Idaho's Raul Labrador Introduces Bill Cracking Down On Sanctuary Cities (Boise State Public Radio)

Waters recede for now and leave public infrastructure intact (Mountain Express)

How low can the jobless rate go? (CDA Press)

Kootenai County? Liberal?! (CDA Press)

Can Little prove his executive order is not just a campaign stunt? (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Idaho ag export value increases for first time since 2014 (Capital Press)

Beehive privacy? 9th Circuit debates ‘ag gag’ law (Capital Press)

Voters approve College of Eastern Idaho. Now what? (Idaho Education News)

State releases revamped science standards proposal (Idaho Education News)

Licensing requirements: An unexpectedly hot topic (Idaho Reports)