Editorial: Too soon to kill (Post Register)

Editorial: Either works for us (Post Register)

Eastern Idaho schools hope to see consortium continue (Post Register)

Marty Trillhaase: Like Risch's tax shift? You'll love the sequel (Lewiston Tribune)

Bill says taxpayers no longer responsible for those who qualify for insurance subsidies (Lewiston Tribune)

Bill Spence: Idaho's anti-federal stance is firmly rooted in its past (Lewiston Tribune)

Stamp this tax increase DOA (Mountain Express)

Bill would secure PILT funding (Mountain Express)

Voting in the 21st century: Ada County to ditch ‘antiquated technology’ (Idaho Statesman)

Idaho officials press support for A-10 fighter (Idaho Statesman)

Rocky Barker: Idaho can help grow outfitter industry (Idaho Statesman)

School broadband update: House passes emergency funding as CenturyLink pledges not to pull plug Sunday (Idaho Statesman)

Idaho officials ask Air Force secretary to keep Air Guard flying (Idaho Statesman)

Idaho Bill Would Let Family, Friends Of Opioid Users Get Overdose-Countering Drug (Boise State Public Radio)

Idaho Policy Center Analysis Finds Lawmakers Can't Afford More Tax Cuts (Boise State Public Radio)

Idaho Leaders Push For New Air National Guard Mission After A-10s Retire (Boise State Public Radio)

Legal Loophole Makes Idaho's Speed-Limit Laws Unclear (Boise State Public Radio)

Editorial: One route to progress (CDA Press)

Common Core foes to visit Cd'A (CDA Press)

Malek: Fairness key to infrastructure funding (CDA Press)