Capital, workers are issues at ag-tech conference (Idaho Business Review)

Anthon, Pickett, Hurst Mini-Cassia GOP Picks for Cameron's Old Senate Seat (Times-News)

Marty Trillhaase: Why just praise Ivory when you can imitate him? (Lewiston Tribune)

Solar developer says project is in jeopardy (Mountain Express)

The King v. Burwell precedent (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Rerouting of pension bill won't fly with taxpayers (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Editorial: Export business can still thrive without Ex-Im Bank (Idaho Statesman)

Lobbying at the Capitol: Should Idaho state employees have to register under the law? (Idaho Statesman)

Mike Simpson’s Boulder-White Clouds bill has broad support, but is delicately balanced (Idaho Statesman)

ISP misled other state officials about prison investigation (Idaho Statesman)

Editorial: Survey says: County on wrong wage track (CDA Press)

NAACP leader seeks answers (CDA Press)

Local jobless rate the lowest it's been since February 2008 (CDA Press)

Teacher salary talks heated (CDA Press)

Eye on Boise: Schools could get $3 million a year more from endowment (Spokesman-Review)

Trouble SBAC grading job carries a $3 million price tag (Idaho Education News)

Ousted Caldwell administrators still in line for pay raises (Idaho Education News)

State Board names new executive director (Idaho Education News)

Education Department to audit teacher evaluations (Idaho Education News)

New DEQ director’s former employer has environmental record dings (Idaho Reports)