The GOP holds nominating contests in Alabama, Mississippi, Hawaii and American Samoa today [Politico].
Utah Democrats hold their neighborhood caucus meetings tonight [Deseret News].
Despite polls showing less than half of Utahns plan to attend their caucuses, those meetings are getting a ton of attention this year [Tribune, Daily Herald].
In the face of growing calls for Gov. Gary Herbert to veto HB 363, which prohibits education about contraceptives in sex-ed classes, the Utah Eagle Forum is rallying to the bill's defense [City Weekly].
A new poll shows nearly 60% of Utahns think sex education in Utah should include instruction on contraceptives [Tribune].
Utah Democrats say goodbye to Todd Taylor who passed away last week [Tribune].
Utah joins a lawsuit against the five largest mortgage lenders [Deseret News, ABC 4].
The Salt Lake County Council moves to tighten up the rules for hiring outside legal counsel in cases involving the county [Tribune].
Rep. John Dougall files to run for State Auditor [Daily Herald].