Cameron raises concerns about state worker insurance self-funding proposal (Spokesman-Review)

Complaint targets Ahlquist campaign, but Secty of State’s office says there’s no violation (Spokesman-Review)

Get government off my back and I can deal with climate change, say these conservatives (Idaho Statesman)

In Idaho, program to fight voter fraud may cause more problems than it catches (Idaho Statesman)

Marty Trillhaase: Why is Little's campaign manager smiling? (Lewiston Tribune)

To Expand Foreign Trade, Idaho Looks To The Far East (Boise State Public Radio)

Here's Who Really Has Access To Idaho's Voter Data (Boise State Public Radio)

Gov. Otter Names Hixon's Replacement In Idaho House (Boise State Public Radio)

Bergdahl discharged, avoids prison (Mountain Express)

Locals react to Bergdahl sentence (Mountain Express)

17 percent of registered voters showed up for Tuesday's election (Press-Tribune)

Q&A with Rep. Jarom Wagoner of District 10 (Press-Tribune)

Consultants: Self-funded insurance would save the state money (Idaho Business Review)

Lawmakers ponder changes to commercial vehicle registration (Idaho Business Review)

Candidates for governor differ on prekindergarten (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Groups sue Forest Service over sheep grazing (Capital Press)

Ranchers prevail in Idaho grazing dispute (Capital Press)

Ybarra vs. Dillon. Round one. (Idaho Education News)

Trustees vote to move their elections (Idaho Education News)