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Category: headlines-idaho

Idaho cottage food bills will not advance in 2015 (Capital Press)

Farm groups help halt proposals to increase fee on dyed fuel (Capital Press)

It's April ... time for the Legislature to get the heck out of town (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Editorial: We need Craters of the Moon National Park (Idaho Statesman)

Otter signs bill allowing benefit corporations (Idaho Statesman)

Good government, or too much? Boise councilman unveils ‘Healthy Initiatives 2.0’ (Idaho Statesman)

Idaho colleges reduce tuition increase proposals (Idaho Statesman)

Idaho Legislature enters the postseason, when the real contest starts (Idaho Statesman)

Study: 78,000 Idahoans 'Let Down' By Refusal to Expand Medicaid (Boise Weekly)

Idaho Fish and Game Report Shows Wolf Population is Healthy (Boise Weekly)

Idaho Senate Tees Up Counter Offer To House On Roads Funding (Boise State Public Radio)

Editorial: Crisis center: Now it's our turn (CDA Press)

STEM Action Center creation likely (CDA Press)

Teacher pay day (CDA Press)

Cd'A could raise minimum wage (CDA Press)

Annual wolf report released (CDA Press)

Idaho lawmakers approve state STEM center (Spokesman-Review)

Otter signs $125 million teacher pay bill (Spokesman-Review)

Otter prefers ‘user-pay’ funding for transportation needs (Spokesman-Review)

Lawmaker explains his perfect score on Ed News quiz (Idaho Education News)