Local Headlines 3-6-16

INL faces ‘perfect storm’ of aging workforce and lack of STEM candidates, director says (Idaho Business Review)

Rep. Gayle Batt stays true to her country roots in Idaho Legislature (Press-Tribune)

Anderst announces he is running for re-election (Press-Tribune)

Idaho senator isn't changing his positions (Lewiston Tribune)

Marty Trillhaase: What's equal about compromised equal rights? (Lewiston Tribune)

Urban renewal reform bill finally introduced (Lewiston Tribune)

Stennett, Simpson file for re-election (Idaho Statesman)

Bill imposes criminal penalties for biosecurity breaches (Capital Press)

Idaho should get out of the workforce training business (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Freedom Foundation President Wayne Hoffman corrects the record (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Freedom Foundation doesn’t pass Idaho Conservation League transparency test (Idaho Statesman)

Why educated millennials are leaving Idaho (Idaho Statesman)

Deeds: Idaho lawmakers might really fix alcohol law (Idaho Statesman)

Cruz rallies supporters in Boise (Idaho Statesman)

Federal Officials Plan To Delist Grizzlies, Handing Management Over To Idaho And Other States (Boise State Public Radio)

Idaho Pro-Pot Petition Pulled (Boise State Public Radio)

Why Advocates Say Idaho Law Needs To Change To Help Victims Of Stalking (Boise State Public Radio)

North Idaho lawmaker’s first bill targets Sharia law (Spokesman-Review)

Idaho school levies share ballot with presidential primary picks (Spokesman-Review)

Most high-profile Idaho Republicans say they’d back Trump if he’s nominated (Spokesman-Review)

Idaho Supreme Court slams ‘corrupted’ broadband project (Spokesman-Review)

A twist in the primary (CDA Press)

Presidential campaign visits North Idaho (CDA Press)

‘Millions of dollars are at stake’ (CDA Press)

Key lawmaker pushes for oversight of teacher evaluations (Idaho Education News)

State pursues a broadband settlement (Idaho Education News)