Rep. Kerby introduces bill for more scholarships (Press-Tribune)

Optometrists want tax exemption for glasses, contacts (Idaho Business Review)

Otter Announces Group to Study Future of School Broadband (Times-News)

Editorial: Once again, it’s teacher pay (State Journal)

Planning how and where Idaho Falls will grow (Post Register)

Otter forms IEN working group (Post Register)

Government transparency bills introduced (Post Register)

Lewiston port seeks to modify financial reporting requirements (Lewiston Tribune)

Committee takes up guns and abortion (Lewiston Tribune)

Guns and abortion hit Idaho Legislature (Lewiston Tribune)

To lift people into prosperity, we must discuss Idaho management of federal lands (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Potential Idaho Legislature bills deal with animal care, cruelty (Idaho Statesman)

Broadband vendor demands back payments, but Idaho law may not allow them (Idaho Statesman)

Panel tells lawmakers state has skipped 'hundreds of millions' in federal healthcare funding (Idaho Statesman)

Governor's panel again urges Medicaid expansion in Idaho (Idaho Statesman)

Idaho Looks To Expand Seats For Homegrown Medical Students (Boise State Public Radio)

Citing Budget Concerns, Boise State To Eliminate Planning Department (Boise State Public Radio)

Idaho Lawmakers Consider Rules For Doctors Prescribing Abortion Pill (Boise State Public Radio)

Wyoming, Utah, Idaho Most Republican States In The Country (Boise State Public Radio)

Lawmakers leery of Otter Admin’s answers on Idaho Education Network (Spokesman-Review)