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What’s new at Idaho Reports (Idaho Reports)

Group seeks to abolish abortion in Idaho (CDA Press)

In His Last Days, Obama Could Create National Monument Near Idaho Border (Boise State Public Radio)

Editorial: Here are New Year’s resolutions for the folks in charge as 2017 unfolds (Idaho Statesman)

BLM shows its hand on mining limits aimed at protecting sage grouse (Idaho Statesman)

Steve Yates’ curious journey from Taiwan to Idaho Falls, via the White House (Idaho Statesman)

An Idaho woman rides out of the West, bent on saving Democrats and democracy (Idaho Statesman)

Time for Idaho lawmakers to deliver on a freedom agenda (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Rural-urban divide missing in Idaho, survey finds (Capital Press)

Freshman lawmaker Toone prepares for Boise (Mountain Express)

Dozens of new businesses, $108 million highlight economic development for Pocatello/Chubbuck in 2016 (State Journal)

Ag research center could come Magic Valley (Times-News)

Looking back at 2016: 6 political big stories (Times-News)

Division of Human Resources recommends another pay increase for state employees (Idaho Business Review)

Report: immigrants are vital to Idaho’s economy (Idaho Business Review)

Holes remain in plans to fill the gap (Press-Tribune)

Legislators set to focus on tax cuts, transportation, education (Press-Tribune)