Chaney introduces new college board bill (Press-Tribune)

Crapo Talks Gun Rights, Risch Elections in Legislature Visit (Times-News)

House Committee Wants Cowboys to Have Their Day (Times-News)

Genesee representative has multiple measures moving through the House (Lewiston Tribune)

Idaho lawmakers at something of a loss over what to do about the tax structure (Lewiston Tribune)

Marty Trillhaase: Federal land ownership is Idaho's least bad alternative (Lewiston Tribune)

Hudson bows out of District 26 race (Mountain Express)

Miller, Stennett lead in fundraising (Mountain Express)

Lawmakers field questions from fired-up audience (Mountain Express)

Bill would transfer money used to study wildlife-livestock disease interaction (Capital Press)

Labrador endorses Ted Cruz for President (Idaho Statesman)

Dentists push for higher pay from Idaho Medicaid (Idaho Statesman)

Idaho Senate panel OKs changes to probes of county-level misconduct (Idaho Statesman)

New Poll Looks At Where Idahoans Stand On Environmental Issues (Boise State Public Radio)

Some Idaho Kids With Epilepsy Get An Experimental Marijuana-Based Treatment Others Don’t (Boise State Public Radio)

Sens. Crapo, Risch say Idaho Statehouse is ‘where common sense reigns’ (Spokesman-Review)

Idaho House divided over removing sales tax from Girl Scout cookies (Spokesman-Review)

Idaho Dems protest state-funded primary election billboards (Spokesman-Review)

Idaho House kills Medicaid gap bill (CDA Press)

College trustee zoning bill gets rework (CDA Press)

Lawmakers question Ybarra's rural schools proposal (Idaho Education News)

Literacy bill again on hold in committee (Idaho Education News)

Labrador and Cruz have one major disagreement: Justice reform (Idaho Reports)

Corder no longer at Department of Education (Idaho Reports)