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Editorial: Last-minute roads bills inadequate (Press-Tribune)

Idaho delegation asks for changes to Lake Lowell plan (Press-Tribune)

Opinions among journalists, lawmakers split on open executive session (Press-Tribune)

Governor, Canyon County commissioners urge changes to Lake Lowell plan (Press-Tribune)

Stapilus: The Words not Heard (Times-News)

Editorial: Come and talk to us (Post Register)

Bill blocking eminent domain for trails passes (Post Register)

Marty Trillhaase: One fixes the roof; another burns down the House (Lewiston Tribune)

Marty Trillhaase: LeBeau's message, not his language, wreaked havoc (Lewiston Tribune)

Idaho House, Senate split on proposed elk importation rule (Capital Press)

Idaho cottage foods bill sent back to House committee (Capital Press)

Government regulations for naturopaths will create chaos (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Lawyers for BSU, anti-abortion student group set for mediation (Idaho Statesman)

Conservation groups say miners should walk into wilderness (Idaho Statesman)

Genetically Engineered Food Blurs Party Lines At Idaho Capitol (Boise State Public Radio)

Bill To Limit Government Power In Creating Bike Paths Passes Idaho Legislature (Boise State Public Radio)

Several Hot Topics On This Week's Agenda At The Idaho Capitol (Boise State Public Radio)

CdA senator pushes bill to let parents opt kids out of classes, activities on principle (Spokesman-Review)

Boise Democrats writing K-12 budget counterproposal (Idaho Education News)

Ybarr offers a look into NCLB waiver rewrite (Idaho Education News)