Moscow senator endorses end-times author for Congress (Spokesman-Review)

Otter’s higher ed CEO proposal gets rocky reception in Legislature (Spokesman-Review)

Lawmakers see Bundy supporter as a victim. Lands workers still see someone to fear. (Idaho Statesman)

A year after they fought for recognition, far-right lawmakers’ bills will be heard (Idaho Statesman)

Rep. Stephen Hartgen announces retirement, endorses wife (Times-News)

Marty Trillhaase: Otter's higher ed consolidation half-baked (Lewiston Tribune)

Otter uses 'his right to invite who he wants' to meetings (Lewiston Tribune)

GOP Lawmaker Seeks Submissions For Idaho Fake News Awards (Boise State Public Radio)

The 2018 Idaho Legislature Gets Down To Making Laws (Boise State Public Radio)

Proposed Idaho Insurance Plans Disregard Obamacare Mandates (Boise State Public Radio)

Paralympian Muffy Davis announces bid for Legislature (Mountain Express)

Documents from Hixon investigation reveal child sexual abuse claims, hints of self harm (Press-Tribune)

Study: more than half of Idaho residents are credit union members (Idaho Business Review)

Idaho’s bailout of big insurance: Five things to know (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Idaho lawmakers recommend passage of ag inmate labor bill (Capital Press)

Legislature approves Idaho Wheat Commission rule change (Capital Press)

Idaho ag groups support shortline investment tax credit (Capital Press)

As Idaho's ELL population grows, the budget is likely to follow (Idaho Education News)

Ybarra asks lawmakers to increase public school funding by 6.8 percent (Idaho Education News)

Federal sign-off on Idaho solution? Wait and see. (Idaho Reports)