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Idaho breathing easier now on fire bills (Spokesman-Review)

Legislative battle taking shape again over how best to protect Idaho crime victims’ rights (Spokesman-Review)

Path opens for Risch to possibly chair Senate Foreign Relations, if GOP holds Senate in 2018 (Spokesman-Review)

Idaho, Washington delegations respond to Trump/GOP tax plan (Spokesman-Review)

Record suggests Risch could surprise (Spokesman-Review)

Idaho’s Risch next in line to helm Senate Foreign Relations Committee (Idaho Statesman)

Idaho’s Labrador warns of possible ‘miscarriage of justice’ in Bundy prosecutions (Idaho Statesman)

Commissioners may pull sponsorship of transportation committee (Times-News)

Marty Trillhaase: Do Ahlquist and Labrador really want this fight? (Lewiston Tribune)

Idaho Legislators Get Jump On 2018 Session And Propose Victims' Rights Measure (Boise State Public Radio)

Sessions Says Boise State Policy Limits Free Speech (Boise State Public Radio)

East Idaho GOP Has Shortlist Of Replacements For Bart Davis (Boise State Public Radio)

Idaho law enforcement, prosecuting attorneys respond to POLITICO story (Press-Tribune)

Words have meaning in healthcare debate (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

About the homeowner’s exemption, don’t blame the taxpayer (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Non-traditional hires surge amid Idaho's teacher shortage (Idaho Education News)

State Board of Education adopts higher ed reform recommendations (Idaho Education News)