Editorial: Time for this tax to die (CDA Press)

Press poll: Gun laws need some work (CDA Press)

Idaho Could Be On Its Own For School Broadband Costs Until 2016 (Boise State Public Radio)

Report: Idaho's Rainy Day Reserves Could Fund Government For 27 Days (Boise State Public Radio)

Idaho's Wine Industry Grows, But Still Searching For National Attention (Boise State Public Radio)

Otter to have hip surgery Jan. 20, work from home during recovery (Idaho Statesman)

New nuclear deal brewing for Idaho (Idaho Statesman)

Idaho Transportation Department preps pitch to Legislature for more funding (Idaho Statesman)

Idaho schools not rushing to use state broadband equipment (Idaho Statesman)

Local option taxes hurt families (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

#JustFoodNoTax: Another paper endorses grocery tax repeal (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Marty Trillhaase: Third-term blahs taking their toll on Otter? (Lewiston Tribune)

Idaho says schools should go to feds for web discounts (Lewiston Tribune)

Beck named state GOP’s ‘Most Valuable Person’ (Post Register)

Report: Larger share of state, local taxes fall on poor (Post Register)

Obama appoints Kotek to senior DOE post (Post Register)

Democrats take credit for role in jobs-creation tax incentive (Idaho State Journal)

Idaho to Pay $457K in Gay Marriage Court Costs (Times-News)

Otter to Get Hip Surgery Tuesday, Will be Home for 2 or 3 Weeks (Times-News)

Editorial: Labrador underwhelms with vote on Boehner (Idaho Press-Tribune)