March Primary Bill Divides Lawmakers (Times-News)

Miller Calls for Fed, Not Local, GMO Label Rules (Times-News)

The strange race for REAL ID compliance (Post Register)

Trujillo’s CAT fund bill stalls (Post Register)

Ban on elk imported from East survives panel vote (Lewiston Tribune)

Editorial: Not funny (Mountain Express)

Economic group outlines plans (Mountain Express)

Political maneuvers, factions in Sun Valley (Mountain Express)

IFF Vice President opposes new business regulations for sign language interpreters (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Lawmakers erect another barrier to entry, economic progress (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Wayne Hoffman takes on Democrat John Rusche in tanning tussle (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Sentencing reform: Obama talks justice with Labrador, others (Idaho Statesman)

Rocky Barker: House will do another vote on whether to increase risk of brainworm in wild herds (Idaho Statesman)

If Gowen Field Loses Idaho Air National Guard, Boise Could Lose Gowen (Boise Weekly)

Pentagon Releases Boise Photos (Boise Guardian)

Kootenai County GOP Rejects Resolution Declaring Idaho A Christian State (Boise State Public Radio)

Anti-Bullying Bill Would Require Idaho Teachers To Intervene (Boise State Public Radio)

Idaho Lawmaker Wants National System For GMO Labels (Boise State Public Radio)

Bill introduced to legalize robotic cars on Idaho highways (CDA Press)

GOP committee tosses Christian state resolution (CDA Press)