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Idaho lawmakers kill popular ‘pet-friendly’ license plate bill, then kill it again (Spokesman-Review)

Idaho’s health coverage gap still unaddressed as lawmakers push toward adjournment (Spokesman-Review)

Amid confusion, House panel tries again to delete part of school science standards (Spokesman-Review)

Idaho could offer cobalt that’s clean, reliable and not mined by children (Idaho Statesman)

This Boise Democrat and former KBSU exec has cancer, will retire from Legislature (Idaho Statesman)

Sandpoint shop has sold CBD oil since May. Garden City store waits on a permit. (Idaho Statesman)

Idaho trespassing bill could see more changes (Times-News)

Two school safety bills headed to the governor's desk (Times-News)

Sudden dispute over reading pilot project derails budget for education (Lewiston Tribune)

Trespass bill enters rocky terrain (Lewiston Tribune)

Stand Your Ground Heads To Idaho Governor's Desk (Boise State Public Radio)

Idaho Senator Mike Crapo's Bill Would Ease Financial Rules Addressing Great Recession Crisis (Boise State Public Radio)

Millennials Are On The Rise And A Growing Part Of The Workforce In Idaho and Across The U.S. (Boise State Public Radio)

Legislative session heads toward finish line (Mountain Express)

Idaho school threats bill headed to governor's desk (Post Register)

Family minimum wage exemption heads to Senate (Idaho Business Review)

Transparency chalks a victory in Boise, but more work needs to be done (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Legislature passes amended Idaho Seed Indemnity Fund bill (Capital Press)

Reading test unrest flares up on Senate floor (Idaho Education News)

House kills Ybarra's office budget bill (Idaho Education News)