Utah’s Democratic Party loses their appeal over $9k in fees to get their hands on redistricting records from the Legislature. Utah Republicans offer to pay the fee, but Democrats decline [Utah Policy, Tribune, Deseret News, Daily Herald, KUTV, ABC 4, KSL].
The LDS Democrats plan to take to the national stage during the Democratic National Convention next month [Tribune, ABC 4].
Here we go again. Democrat Scott Howell accuses Sen. Orrin Hatch of ducking debates [Tribune].
Salt Lake City Council members work to find alternatives to Mayor Ralph Becker’s plan to allow neighborhood bars [Deseret News].
Lawmakers hope to clarify who can administer rabies shots to animals in shelters [Tribune].
The Salt Lake City Council continues efforts to figure out how to get the “Move to Amend” ballot initiative before voters [Tribune].
City leaders across the Wasatch Front move to enact restrictions on urban beekeeping [Deseret News].
Salt Lake City launches a new tool allowing residents to send feedback via text message [Tribune].
The Department of Workforce Services launches a program to help returning veterans get credit for their military service and training [Tribune].
Does Salt Lake City need a convention hotel to boost convention business? [Deseret News]