McGeachin says business experience will help her in lieutenant governor role (State Journal)

District 26 lawmakers outline legislative priorities (Mountain Express)

Freedom Foundation argues Prop 2 would turn Idaho lawmakers into 'zombie legislators' (Idaho Press)

There's a new Sen. Bayer, at least for now... (Idaho Press)

Tribal Hunting Rights In Mountain West Take Center Stage At Supreme Court (Boise State Public Radio)

Idaho's International Trade Officials Offer Optimism Despite Lingering Talk Of Trade Wars (Boise State Public Radio)

Tax Reform: Revenue panel projects $93 million less than Little (Post Register)

'Jump in and figure it out': Freshmen legislators get thrown into work of making laws (Times-News)

Sen. Risch talks foreign relations, government shutdown, President Trump (Times-News)

No recession predicted for next year, Legislative committee hears (Idaho Business Review)

Little: Idaho to appeal ruling requiring state to pay for transgender inmate’s surgery (Idaho Statesman)

As the Idaho delegation gets to work in D.C., this senator wants to end shutdowns forever (Idaho Statesman)

Contrary to what Jim Jones says, Medicaid expansion is not a done deal (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Marty Trillhaase: Did the anti-Medicaid caucus just get checkmated? (Lewiston Tribune)

Idaho lawmakers trim revenue forecast (Lewiston Tribune)

HP to bankroll study of Idaho education system (Idaho Education News)

New Idaho governor makes ag a budget priority (Capital Press)

In session: NW legislatures take up issues impacting agriculture (Capital Press)