New SupCourt ruling in Pocatello case could have big implications for local governments in Idaho (Spokesman-Review)

Wasden to seek another term as Attorney General, not join crowds running for governor, Congress (Spokesman-Review)

With DACA’s end announced, what’s next for Idaho’s 3,100 Dreamers? (Idaho Statesman)

Idaho considers a new approach to health insurance for sick and working poor (Idaho Statesman)

Idaho governor’s race: Ahlquist talks term limits, Little focuses on jobs (Idaho Statesman)

Wasden, Otter part of lawsuit that drove DACA announcement (Times-News)

Simpson calls for immigration reforms; Rickards backs DACA (Times-News)

DACA recipients: We're here to stay (Times-News)

In Wake Of DACA Decision, Idaho Leaders Say Federal Government Must Address Immigration (Boise State Public Radio)

Labor shortage deemed factor in slow business growth (Mountain Express)

Pocatello Mayor Blad facing six challengers in November election; three City Council seats also contested (State Journal)

Governor’s Cup could benefit from government transparency, ethics reforms (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

EPA staffers tour Eastern Idaho potato production (Capital Press)

Elected officials, media get up-close look at ag (Capital Press)

Ybarra is selling a 'stay-the-course' budget plan (Idaho Education News)

Little: 'We have an obligations to explain how important education is today' (Idaho Education News)

Ruthie’s wrath (Idaho Reports)