Sen. John McCain visits Utah to campaign for Mia Love [Tribune, Deseret News, KUTV, ABC 4].
The Legislature denies the Salt Lake Tribune’s request to get their hands on redistricting documents without paying the fees associated with the compiling of those records [Tribune].
Jim Judd, President of the Utah AFL-CIO, is critically injured and declared “brain dead” after a motorcycle accident in Montana. Judd is also the vice-chair of the Utah Democratic Party [Tribune, Fox 13, KSL].
A legislative task force picks a “bare minimum” healthcare plan to offer to Utahns who are required to have health insurance under the Affordable Care Act [Tribune].
A new study says oil and gas wells are major contributors to air pollution in Utah’s Uintah Basin [Tribune].
Investigators with the Attorney General’s strike force tell lawmakers a top priority is stopping identity theft [Standard-Examiner].
Activist Ryan Pleune wants the state to increase what it charges for oil shale and tar sands exploration on public lands [Tribune].
The money generated by a privately-run drawing for state hunting tags leads to a controversy at a State Wildlife Board meeting [Tribune].
Researchers say Utah judges often go easier on criminals when they consider genetic and neurological data [Tribune].
Refinancing a water bond will save the city of Pleasant View almost $65,000 [Standard-Examiner].