Counties promote sustainable development (Post Register)

Senate committee rejects elk worm rule, sends issue back to House for Round 3 (Lewiston Tribune)

Lewiston schools’ bandwidth OK for now (Lewiston Tribune)

Lawmakers to take a long look at urban renewal laws (Lewiston Tribune)

Group asks Congress to reject closure of Idaho sheep station (Capital Press)

Our budget cuts taxes, provides funding for roads, schools (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Editorial: Moving Idaho presidential primary to March is really bad idea (Idaho Statesman)

Opposition growing to property tax sharing bill (Idaho Statesman)

Under Idaho bill, education contractors would be paid only after goals are met (Idaho Statesman)

Idaho's uninsured rate fell by 24 percent last year, says Gallup (Idaho Statesman)

Backers Of Idaho Abortion Bill Say 'Webcam Abortions' Pose Danger To Women (Boise State Public Radio)

Kootenai County GOP To Vote On Designating Idaho A Christian State (Boise State Public Radio)

Fueled By Casinos, Idaho Tribal Businesses Have $1 Billion Economic Impact (Boise State Public Radio)

Gallup Poll: Idaho's Uninsured Rate Dropped Since Health Insurance Exchange Opened (Boise State Public Radio)

Idaho Lawmakers Will Introduce Bill To Legalize Marijuana Extract For Epilepsy (Boise State Public Radio)

A push to keep broadband in schools (CDA Press)

Swallowed pills go where? (CDA Press)

Idaho rep’s question on abortion bill draws national attention (Spokesman-Review)

Idaho Rep. Vito Barbieri’s abortion question stirs up social media (Spokesman-Review)

Idaho senators oppose loosening elk-import restrictions (Spokesman-Review)