Sen. Orrin Hatch probably won't agree to more debates with Dan Liljenquist unless he feels his chances of winning are threatened [Utah Policy].
Utah's revenue picture is getting better, but lawmakers still don't have enough money to spend on programs so they keep up with rising demand [Tribune].
Yikes! Sen. Mike Lee was forced to sell his "dream home" in Alpine in a short sale [Tribune].
Might the Legislature do away with population quotas for liquor licenses? [ABC 4]
Salt Lake County Republicans seem to be leaning towards John Swallow over Sean Reyes in the Attorney General primary election [Utah Policy].
Grant Thomas, who was an executive during the 2002 Olympic Games, has been hired to write a report on whether Utah should make a bid for the 2022 games [Tribune, Deseret News].
The Salt Lake County Planning Commission gives the thumbs up to Snowbird's revised plans to build a roller coaster [Tribune].
Federal regulators again nix a plan to build a pipeline to move water from the Green River to Denver [Tribune, Deseret News].
A conservative group headed by Merrill Cook is part of a lawsuit claiming the legislature made it virtually impossible to get citizen's initiatives on the ballot [Tribune].
The Provo Municipal Council passes a moratorium on electronic billboards [Daily Herald].