Gov. Gary Herbert defends his veto of the controversial sex-ed bill, saying it was a "solution looking for a problem" [Deseret News, ABC 4, Fox 13].
Herbert also reiterates his stance that healthcare reform should come from the states, not the federal government [Tribune].
GOP delegates have some interesting intra-party battles looming [Utah Policy].
A new study says Utah has the highest rate of autism in the nation [Tribune, Deseret News, Fox 13].
A resolution passed during the 2012 session asks state Senators to submit an informal and secret ballot on whom they support for U.S. Senate. That process is being complicated as a newspaper has filed a GRAMA request to take a look at those [Daily Herald].
Gov. Herbert won a showdown with one of his GOP challengers on the last night of the 2012 session [Tribune].
A UDOT employee accused of leaking information is returning to work Monday after winning a wrongful termination case [Tribune, Deseret News].
Environmental activist Tim DeChristopher is removed from isolation after loud and numerous complaints from his supporters [Tribune, Deseret News, Fox 13, ABC 4].
Zions Bank repays $700 million in TARP funding [Tribune].
Cottonwood Heights bails on the controversial Tavaci development [Tribune].