Arizona and Michigan Republicans hold their presidential primaries tonight.
A Senate committee approves changes to liquor governance in the state, but other measures to increase the number of liquor licenses available appear to be doomed [Tribune, Daily Herald].
The Utah House approves a bill to open some state liquor stores on certain holidays [Tribune, Deseret News].
Rep. Chris Herrod's last ditch effort to save his immigration reform measure fails [Utah Policy].
A proposal would allow cities and towns to use eminent domain to take over federal lands [Tribune, Daily Herald, Deseret News].
A billboard reading "Bomb Iran" has sprung up in West Valley City [City Weekly, Daily Herald].
Some are alleging "gangster politics" as Rep. Richard Greenwood says the Senate is bottling up his bills as retaliation for his attempt to amend a measure protecting a voter's email address [Tribune].
Sens. Margaret Dayton and Wayne Niederhauser deny using their influence to get the Draper City Council to reverse a decision that nixed Sen. Dayton's son's request to modify his backyard [Tribune].
Utah's legislative website is great, but there are still some areas that need work [Utah Policy].
Salt Lake City Mayor Ralph Becker is upset that the legislature is trying to overturn his city's anti-idling ordinance [KSL].
If you're not too busy on the hill, it's "National Pancake Day" which means free pancakes all day long at IHOP.