Idaho ranchers play waiting game as scorched land regenerates (Press-Tribune)

Economic report seeks ways to grow local economy (Press-Tribune)

Lawmakers Busy as Session Winds Down (Times-News)

Bernie Sanders Draws Thousands in Idaho Falls (Post Register)

Marty Trillhaase: Nothing forced Davis to stop Medicaid expansion (Lewiston Tribune)

Democrat voluntarily joins the uninsured (Lewiston Tribune)

Urban renewal reform bill muddles ahead (Lewiston Tribune)

Idaho ag leaders wary about possible state land purchases (Capital Press)

Government caused the health-care problem lawmakers are attempting to solve (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Editorial: Clinton is the Democratic candidate ready to be president (Idaho Statesman)

Idaho oil and gas industry advocacy group blows up (Idaho Statesman)

West Ada program helps homeless, unparented teens finish school (Idaho Statesman)

Clinton, Sanders united on global warming, divided on nuclear energy (Idaho Statesman)

Idaho lawmakers at turning point on health care for poor (Idaho Statesman)

State Prison Official Mistakenly Exaggerates Scope Of Idaho's Heroin Problem (Boise State Public Radio)

Idaho senator will give up state-paid health insurance until Legislature provides coverage for others (Spokesman-Review)

Lawmaker’s anti-Sharia bill draws fire (Spokesman-Review)

Concealed weapon bill nears completion (CDA Press)

Scholarships to religious colleges may violate constitution (Idaho Education News)

JFAC approves $9.1 million literacy budget (Idaho Education News)

Ybarra makes last minute push for rural schools center (Idaho Education News)