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Kuna woman among growing percentage of female farmers in Idaho, nation (Press-Tribune)

Ballot initiative to cut Idaho college costs put on hold (State Journal)

Otter Defends Medicaid Gap Proposal in Strongly Worded Op-Ed (Times-News)

Schmidt Introduces Bill to Cover CAT Board Travel Costs (Times-News)

Education funding is likely to lead legislative session (Mountain Express)

Idaho lawmakers approve new rule on cottage foods (Capital Press)

Bedke, others cannot end permitless-carry issue in secret gun committee (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Even in good time, Idaho’s lawmakers still watch the wallet (Idaho Statesman)

Idaho Smart Growth: Wonks who want us to walk (Idaho Statesman)

How local Idaho taxing districts quietly claw back money from you (Idaho Statesman)

What The Flint Water Crisis Means For Idaho Regulators (Boise State Public Radio)

Idaho Senators Introduce Bipartisan Nuclear Energy Bill (Boise State Public Radio)

Expanded Medicaid in Idaho promoted in physician’s bills (Spokesman-Review)

New Idaho concealed-gun bills proposed (Spokesman-Review)

Complex crossover politics (CDA Press)

Riggs starts campaign for state House seat (CDA Press)

Teacher pay problems (CDA Press)

Working group formed to revamp school funding formula (Idaho Education News)

JFAC chair faces a new challenge (Idaho Education News)

A closer look at Otter's literacy initiative (Idaho Education News)

ACLU public defense lawsuit dismissed (Idaho Reports)