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Legislative session wraps up with education funding (Mountain Express)

County ranked No. 3 in state for health (Mountain Express)

Idaho Governor Not Convinced People Die Because Of Lack Of Insurance (Boise State Public Radio)

How The Presidential Race Has Played Out In Idaho Surprises One Expert (Boise State Public Radio)

No action on online sales tax this year (Idaho Business Review)

Legislature passes bill to reform urban renewal agencies (Idaho Business Review)

Bannock County Commission Chairman Manwaring resigning due to serious health problems (State Journal)

Marty Trillhaase: Idaho's Legislature delivered on low expectations (Lewiston Tribune)

2016 Idaho Legislature positive for ag, industry leaders say (Capital Press)

Idaho ag land annexation bill runs out of time (Capital Press)

Freedom Foundation releases final 2016 Freedom Index scores (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Otter signs Idaho solar production tax sought by developers (Idaho Statesman)

Idaho Gov. Otter says no special session, executive action on health care for poor (Idaho Statesman)

Middle Eastern students at Idaho State reach tension point (Idaho Statesman)

Idaho insurer changes rules on who can pay your premiums (Idaho Statesman)

Otter: No special session on health care, will work with lawmakers for next year (Spokesman-Review)

Rural education centers envisioned (CDA Press)

Otter signs four K-12 budgets (Idaho Education News)

Nineteen schools apply to participate in mastery program (Idaho Education News)

Otter rips A.G's advice on broadband contract (Idaho Education News)