Salt Lake City will look into again hosting the Winter Olympics, possibly in 2022 [Tribune, Deseret News, ABC 4, Fox 13].
The Utah House blocks Rep. Stephen Sandstrom's attempt to open an immigration bill, but he's not done yet [UtahPolicy, Tribune, Deseret News].
Sandstrom's campaign for Congress gets noticed by the National Republican Congressional Committee [Tribune].
Sen. Aaron Osmond is dropping his controversial "personhood" bill this session because he says it would be too much of a distraction [Tribune].
The Senate passes a bill to limit Utah class sizes for younger children [Tribune, Daily Herald].
A House committee kills a measure to eliminate tenure for professors at a number of Utah colleges and universities [Tribune].
Rep. Bill Wright wants to ban schools from teaching kids about contraception [Tribune].
Lawmakers consider boosting the bounty for killing coyotes [UtahPolicy].
Voting patterns suggest a Mitt Romney nomination could be trouble for Utah Democrats [UtahPolicy].
Congressional candidate Mia Love's time as Saratoga Springs Mayor seems to run counter to her claim as someone who will hold the line on spending [Tribune].