Bill to provide state funds to public defenders moves forward (Press-Tribune)

Idaho's first medical school coming to ISU's Meridian campus (State Journal)

Senate Has Some Fun Passing Anthon's First Bill (Times-News)

Group pushes public lands takeover (Lewiston Tribune)

Marty Trillhaase: Idaho's children have a religious right to die (Lewiston Tribune)

A $20,000 pebble ripples through a $112 million pond (Lewiston Tribune)

Minimum-wage bill sent to Senate (Mountain Express)

Idaho bill makes it a felony to spread crop, livestock diseases (Capital Press)

Idaho advances liberal policies, shelves conservative ideas (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Editorial: West Ada reputation tarnished during toxic recall exchanges (Idaho Statesman)

Idaho conservative advocacy group draws fire for blurring lines (Idaho Statesman)

A Republican Representative's Take On Health Care In Idaho (Boise State Public Radio)

Suicide Prevention Groups Lobby Idaho Lawmakers To Do Four Things (Boise State Public Radio)

Western GOP Congressmen Promote Transfer Of Federal Forests To States (Boise State Public Radio)

Idaho legislator says trauma prevents pregnancy in rape, incest victims (Spokesman-Review)

Southern Idaho lawmakers fail attempt to block conservation easement budget item (Spokesman-Review)

Labrador seeks local control of federal land (CDA Press)

Billboards fixed after Dems threaten to sue (CDA Press)

Election central (CDA Press)

Bill would address sexual assault kits (CDA Press)

The state of the legislature (CDA Press)

Bible-in-schools bill will get a rewrite (Idaho Education News)

Charter contracts: A short bill, a heated debate (Idaho Education News)

First OTTERPAC filing reveals solid support in Treasure Valley (Idaho Reports)

What does the tax incentive for the ISU partnership look like? (Idaho Reports)