Idaho lawmakers hear strong support for new science standards, but delay decision (Spokesman-Review)

Idaho secretary of state seeks budget boost to upgrade software, transparency (Spokesman-Review)

Mike Simpson will compete for a powerful job in the U.S. House (Idaho Statesman)

Effort targeting customers of prostitutes is on hold amid lawmakers’ concerns (Idaho Statesman)

Experts call Idaho’s new health insurance rules illegal. Here’s what they would do. (Idaho Statesman)

County officials worry potential new law could worsen jail overcrowding (Times-News)

Marty Trillhaase: Why is it Idaho's mission to fight Obamacare? (Lewiston Tribune)

Otter asks for funding to launch 3 behavioral health crisis centers (Lewiston Tribune)

What The Trump Administration's Solar Tariffs Mean For Idaho (Boise State Public Radio)

Idaho Governor Race Attracts Big Money (Boise State Public Radio)

Idaho Lawmakers Consider Abortion, Term Limits And 'Stand Your Ground' Bills (Boise State Public Radio)

Human trafficking bill gets State House hearing (Press-Tribune)

Last-in-the-nation broadband puts rural Idaho in a bind (Idaho Business Review)

Zito correct in attempt to keep government ethics bill alive (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Idaho should end taxation of sound money (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Idaho ranchers live with wolves (Capital Press)

Lawmakers delay action on proposed science standards (Idaho Education News)

GOP candidates raise $1.6 million in bid to replace Otter (Idaho Education News)

Talk is cheap, action could be priceless (Idaho Reports)