Editorial: Marilyn Shuler has passed but her courage is ever-present (Idaho Statesman)

Trump administration gives agencies go-ahead to hire seasonal firefighters, rangers (Idaho Statesman)

Idaho lawmaker who lost committees over remarks on sexual favors is reinstated (Idaho Statesman)

Idaho’s Labrador proposes term limits for Congress — but there’s a high bar (Idaho Statesman)

Moyle’s plan could stop massive property tax hikes (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

In the interest of fairness, Democrats should up the ante on tax cuts (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Idaho FFA members descend on Capitol for Day on the Hill event (Capital Press)

Oregon professional to lead southern Idaho economic development (Capital Press)

Legislature may restrict cities’ ability to regulate vacation rentals (Mountain Express)

Bills would allow state management of sage grouse (Mountain Express)

Idaho Businesses Weigh In On Trump's Executive Order (Boise State Public Radio)

Idaho's D.C. Politicians React To Trump's SCOTUS Nominee (Boise State Public Radio)

Marty Trillhaase: The day Idaho's conscience took a holiday (Lewiston Tribune)

Proposed Idaho bill sets up split over health care dollars (Lewiston Tribune)

Trump's order hits area organization hard (CDA Press)

Reluctant Idaho lawmakers forward a bill to outlaw gambling machines that bring $3 million a year to state coffers (Spokesman-Review)

Idaho lawmakers debate health budgets, but not coverage gap (Spokesman-Review)

Bill to exempt free clinics from tax heads to House floor (Times-News)

Massage therapy background checks pass House committee (Times-News)

Otter names his Higher Education Task Force (Idaho Education News)

House Education approves new school accountability system (Idaho Education News)

Idaho unemployment drops to 3.7 percent (Idaho Business Review)

House committee approves bill to cut income tax (Idaho Business Review)

Court record system roll-out delayed in 10 counties (Idaho Reports)

Immigration reform petition started by Marsing dairyman gaining traction in Eastern Idaho (Press-Tribune)

Idaho senators' offices deal with thousands of calls (Press-Tribune)