Labrador to ATI: ‘Government needs to be slashed’ (Spokesman-Review)

Little on taxes: ‘I’ve got a concrete plan because I’ve been here, I’ve listened’ (Spokesman-Review)

Ahlquist on taxes: Policy should be based on data, with ‘unintended consequences vetted out’ (Spokesman-Review)

Otter sends warning: He still opposes repeal of Idaho’s grocery tax (Spokesman-Review)

Editorial: First do no harm: Stop sharing Idaho voter data with careless caretakers (Idaho Statesman)

Idaho Controller’s Office settles claim of sexual, racial harassment (Idaho Statesman)

Idaho lawmaker’s bill cuts regulations in effort to boost renewable energy (Idaho Statesman)

Marty Trillhaase: Pardon us, but can you spare $871 million? (Lewiston Tribune)

Sen. Crapo is all in on tax reform (Lewiston Tribune)

Interior Department Nomination Hearing Begins Tuesday For Hill Staffer With Idaho Ties (Boise State Public Radio)

Poll Finds Possible F-35 Mission In Boise Popular; Opposition Group Questions Results (Boise State Public Radio)

North Idaho Democrat Launches Bid For Governor (Boise State Public Radio)

Rep. Miller plans work on teachers’ insurance, health care (Mountain Express)

Local gun shops see bump from national Black Friday sales record (Press-Tribune)

Nampa, Caldwell candidates turn in final campaign finance reports (Press-Tribune)

Eastern Idaho unifies its economic development efforts (Idaho Business Review)

Campaign finance proposals would give advantage to incumbents (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Idaho's graduation rate loses ground nationally (Idaho Education News)

Otter calls for higher education shakeup (Idaho Education News)