Happy Valentine's Day! Hope you got us some candy.
The LDS Church sends out a letter aiming to boost turnout at next month's Utah caucus meetings [Tribune, Deseret News].
Rep. Jason Chaffetz tells Utah lawmakers that Washington, D. C. is an "absolute disaster" [Deseret News, Daily Herald].
A new study says up to 40% of Utah's voter registrations is invalid or has a number of problems [Tribune].
A group of Utahns forms an organization to push back against the federal government [Utah Policy].
Rep. Chris Herrod's proposal to replace Utah's guest worker law carries a big price tag [Deseret News].
The Utah Senate passes a bill requiring the state to fund any new health care mandate. Critics say it could kill any attempt to require new coverage [Tribune, Deseret News, Daily Herald].
A Senate committee advances a bill tying educator employment and compensation to performance [Tribune, Fox 13, Deseret News].
A House committee approves a bill urging the use of gold and silver in commerce [Tribune].
Rep. Kraig Powell pushes change on Utah's Capitol Hill [Utah Policy].
A proposal aims to do away with the police department in the polygamist community of Hildale [ABC 4].