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Legislators: Campaign money didn’t influence their votes on cannabidiol bill (Press-Tribune)

Editorial: Lawmaker Report Cards Are In (Times-News)

Russ Fulcher says in recent visit to Pocatello that he may run for office again, but it's no longer his primary goal (State Journal)

Marty Trillhaase: In Otter's world, Luna's welfare matters most (Lewiston Tribune)

Marty Trillhaase: Labrador took sides on child support mess (Lewiston Tribune)

Editorial: Killing the messenger (Mountain Express)

Resolution reached in Briscoe lawsuit (Mountain Express)

Federal thuggery: It's their way or no way (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Forest Service chief makes collaboration the agency’s business model (Idaho Statesman)

Sage grouse numbers plummeted after 2007, study shows (Idaho Statesman)

In Idaho, refugees reclaim their professional lives (Idaho Statesman)

What You Need To Know About Special Legislative Sessions In Idaho (Boise State Public Radio)

Editorial: For Jobs Plus, a beautiful day (CDA Press)

Job outlook sunny for Idaho (CDA Press)

NIC proposes $44M budget (CDA Press)

Food regs could take bite out of hobbies, income (CDA Press)

Gatherings give opposite sentiments on Islam (Spokesman-Review)

Consolidation proposal divides superintendents (Idaho Education News)

Hadian: Short-term loss in child support worth long-term gain for liberty (Idaho Reports)