House committee reconsiders, passes CBD oil bill (Press-Tribune)

Senate Announces Plans to Meet Monday (Times-News)

Editorial: What’s the best way to help create good-paying jobs in Eastern Idaho? (State Journal)

Elder issues among top concerns of candidates for seat on tribal panel (Lewiston Tribune)

Idaho Senate committee balks at plan to create compact to seek federal lands (Lewiston Tribune)

Bill Spence: This year, Otter stayed out of the way (Lewiston Tribune)

Blaine County in economic recovery, statistics show (Mountain Express)

Calls, emails flood Capitol as Otter considers Idaho instant-racing ban (Idaho Statesman)

Butte commissioner builds grassroots coalition to make Craters of the Moon nation’s 60th national park (Idaho Statesman)

Otter signs $125 million plan to boost salaries for Idaho (Idaho Statesman)

Craters of the Moon resolution hits snag in House, sponsor says it’s dead for this year (Idaho Statesman)

Report Finds Low-Income, Latino Idahoans Experience More Barriers In Healthcare Access (Boise State Public Radio)

Crisis center funding approved (CDA Press)

To the wire (CDA Press)

Pay for my election (CDA Press)

Otter signs teacher-pay bill, says it marks ‘historic’ session (Spokesman-Review)

Idaho lawmakers vote to set up new ‘STEM Action Center’ (Spokesman-Review)

Idaho’s parks could seek sponsorships (Spokesman-Review)

Otter holds firm on transportation funding (Idaho Education News)

Otter signs teacher salary bill into law (Idaho Education News)