Pay equality moving at ‘glacial pace’ in Idaho, elsewhere (Moscow-Pullman Daily News)

After three decades in Idaho courts, Supreme Court justice plans to retire this fall (Idaho Statesman)

Otter vetoes grocery tax repeal, saying costs ‘too high’; allows road bill to become law (Idaho Statesman)

State GOP chairman to step down, considering lt. gov. run (Times-News)

Libertarian law firm says Otter wrong on asset forfeiture (Times-News)

Marty Trillhaase: Budget-buster is coming; Otter can't stop it (Lewiston Tribune)

Labrador still coy on run for governor (Lewiston Tribune)

Though Still Mostly Rural, Idaho's Urban Population Is Growing (Boise State Public Radio)

Idaho Lawmakers Challenge Validity Of Governor's Veto (Boise State Public Radio)

Idaho Congressman Raul Labrador Holding Two Town Halls (Boise State Public Radio)

Legislature’s $320 million transportation plan becomes law (Mountain Express)

Hundreds sound off at March, town hall (CDA Press)

Businesses still have a shot at saving on taxes come January (Idaho Business Review)

Otter: benefits of repealing grocery tax are mostly imaginary while downsides are very real (Idaho Business Review)

2017 session is proof-positive more legislators are embracing freedom (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Idaho’s job growth causes farm labor crunch (Capital Press)

Ag fares well during 2017 Idaho legislative session (Capital Press)

Districts start spending bond and levy dollars (Idaho Education News)

Eastern Idahoans rail against changes to science standards (Idaho Education News)

Zollinger, Nate, Smith challenging grocery tax veto (Idaho Reports)