Idaho needs a third federal district judge, according to Congressman Walt Minnick, who notes that the state hadn't gotten an additional judgeship in 56 years. "We have two judges serving two or three times as many people per capita as our neighboring states," Minnick said today. "It's wearing out our judges. ... We have a better case for a new federal judge than just about anybody in the country." Minnick is introducing legislation in Congress today, with Idaho Congressman Mike Simpson as the co-sponsor, to give Idaho a third judgeship. "We'll be looking for opportunities to attach it to something that's moving, so hopefully we can break this logjam," Minnick said. "I don't think there's any opposition on the merits." You can read my full story here at spokesman.com.