Editorial: A look at Tuesday’s key races/issues (Press-Tribune)

Idaho lawmakers converge for special session (Press-Tribune)

6 Teachers' Pay, and what the Career Ladder Will Do (Times-News)

Career Ladder Helps Teacher Recruitment, Does Little for Retention, Educators Say (Times-News)

School elections set Tuesday (State Journal)

Marty Trillhaase: If kids mattered, Idaho would not be in this mess (Lewiston Tribune)

Mental health insurance coverage still faces red tape (Lewiston Tribune)

Ambitious Malek the poster boy of obedience to federal government (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Lodge attempts to silence 90,000 Idahoans during special session (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Lawmakers debate child-support bill nixed by Shariah concern (Associated Press)

Live coverage: Idaho Legislature meets in rare special session on child support enforcement fix (Idaho Statesman)

5 Ways To Visualize Poverty And Wealth In Garden City (Boise State Public Radio)

International Treaty On Child Support At Heart Of Idaho Special Session (Boise State Public Radio)

This special session could have been avoided (CDA Press)

Radiation accident at Idaho nuclear lab subject of new lawsuit (Associated Press)

IEA involved in Gooding trustee races (Idaho Education News)

State Board executive director resigns (Idaho Education News)

Special legislative session underway (Idaho Education News)

Theme of the day: Who can we blame? (Idaho Reports)

A possible factor in the House’s distrust (Idaho Reports)