Kelcie Moseley-Morris, Idaho Capital Sun

Records show powerful, wealthy funders outside Idaho back school choice campaign

“This is a typical distraction from the issue at hand — to improve educational outcomes for children,” Cargill told the Idaho Capital Sun via email.

Idaho’s Republican primary is already closed — but the party may close it off even more

New rule would bar voters if they’ve been active with other parties in past two years.

Some Idaho parents frustrated by Empowering Parents grant program delays

Less than half of current 28,000 applications have been approved, education department says.

Appeals court considers whether to lift stay on Idaho’s transgender sports law

Ninth Circuit judges are expected to issue a decision in the next few months

White House calls Idaho abortion laws ‘extreme and backwards’ in response to university memo

Press secretary says situation speaks to unacceptable consequences of abortion bans.

University of Idaho releases memo warning employees that promoting abortion is against state law

Guidance is meant to help employees navigate ‘challenging law,’ university says.

Political payback? One wealthy donor may have influenced GOP primary defeats

Campaign finance complaint alleges Larry and Marianne Williams over-contributed to candidates by thousands of dollars

Idaho Gov. Brad Little signs letter opposing student loan forgiveness plan

“A high-cost degree is not the key to unlocking the American Dream — hard work and personal responsibility is,” the letter said.

First round of grant funding open to expand child care access across Idaho

Eligible applicants can receive up to $15,000 per child, Secrist said, so if a provider wanted to expand capacity from 15 children to 30, the provider could apply for $225,000.

Rep. Dorothy Moon becomes new chairwoman of Idaho Republican Party

Delegates selected Moon by a vote of 434-287, and cheered loudly for her when she came on stage.