ISP wants liquor licensees to be open, make sales (Moscow-Pullman Daily News)

Idaho senators kill massage therapy standards bill (Spokesman-Review)

Did Alta Mesa violate lobby laws? Denney says company needs to register as lobbyist (Idaho Statesman)

Hearing set for Monday on bill to make Idaho’s new oil, gas industry more transparent (Idaho Statesman)

Idaho tax cut plan survives Senate committee, will see floor amendments (Idaho Statesman)

At checkout with too many items: Idaho lawmakers do last-minute shopping (Idaho Statesman)

Idaho Senate votes against Medicaid expansion amendment (Times-News)

Idaho governor says he opposes repealing grocery tax (Times-News)

Marty Trillhaase: Lewiston has reason to take pride in itself (Lewiston Tribune)

General fund is caught in a tug-of-war (Lewiston Tribune)

Visit to Labrador's office draws complaint (Lewiston Tribune)

Competing Idaho Faith Healing Laws Could Get Public Hearing (Boise State Public Radio)

Report: State’s job growth is best in the nation (Mountain Express)

Legislature considers more highway funds (Mountain Express)

State ponders purchase of Hewlett-Packard campus as future home for Tax Commission, other agencies (Press-Tribune)

Task force seeks to improve the image of professional-technical education (Idaho Business Review)

Stock watering rights bill moving through legislature with ease (Capital Press)

ISDA head concerned about invasive species bill (Capital Press)

Bill would keep additional lobby groups off state pension system (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Voters approve $695 million for schools (Idaho Education News)

A peculiar procurement by INL (Idaho Reports)