More economic growth expected (CDA Press)

Idaho No. 1 in ability to shape health care (CDA Press)

Idaho Secretary Of State Wants To Enhance Sunshine Laws (Boise State Public Radio)

Editorial: While gridlock grinds in Washington, justice suffers in Idaho (Idaho Statesman)

Feds cut alternative payments to Payette County after oil and gas leasing starts (Idaho Statesman)

Lower Snake River farmers seek federal ruling to allow Idaho salmon to go extinct (Idaho Statsman)

Whistleblower says Idaho labor officials concocted subpoena to get phone records (Idaho Statesman)

Idaho Rep. Labrador to meet with Trump Monday in New York (Idaho Statesman)

State law should give school boards more local control (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Priority One: Give all Idahoans a raise in 2017 (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Farm lobbyists to track several issues during 2017 Idaho Legislature (Capital Press)

Republican rancher will chair Idaho House ag committee (Capital Press)

Tax program helps lure new businesses (Mountain Express)

Marty Trillhaase: Money for schools or tax cuts; Johnson chooses (Lewiston Tribune)

All hail preservation bill (Lewiston Tribune)

Saville requests recount in District 28 Senator race (State Journal)

Idaho state employee pay still lags, despite this year’s raises (Spokesman-Review)

Risch introduces legislation to protect Scotchman Peaks as wilderness area (Spokesman-Review)

Crapo to again head Senate’s ‘Committee on Committees’ (Spokesman-Review)

O'Leary students push for stricter animal cruelty law (Times-News)

Local legislative campaign finance: Who gave? Who got and spent the most? (Times-News)

Idaho educators developed the standards used to audit teacher evaluations (Idaho Education News)

Ybarra calls for schools to stand tall in wake of teacher evaluations audit (Idaho Education News)

Airbnb will now collect sales and travel taxes for hosts (Idaho Business Review)

For Idaho bankers, coming year holds more questions than answers (Idaho Business Review)

Limited options, limited incomes: Trailer park residents feel housing crunch (Press-Tribune)