Dan Liljenquist holds a mock "debate" against an absent Orrin Hatch [Tribune, Deseret News, KSL, Daily Herald, Fox 13].
Carl Wimmer says disarray within the Nevada GOP led to the fiasco surrounding his possible job as political director [Tribune, Deseret News, KSL, ABC 4, Fox 13, Daily Herald, KUTV].
Sen. John Valentine wants to address the lack of liquor licenses during a special legislative session this summer [Utah Policy].
Since 2006 the Utah Transit Authority has spent more than $3.5 million on state and federal lobbyists [Deseret News, KSL].
Republican Fred Karger plans to take on Mitt Romney in Utah's June presidential primary [Tribune].
A judge has ruled on the Utahns for Ethical Government lawsuit over their failed petition drive to get on the ballot, but the case will likely move to the Utah Supreme Court [Utah Policy].
Two Democrats, Ty McCartney and Josie Valdez, are facing off for the nomination in Senate District 8 [Tribune].
The Alliance for a Better Utah says they've been kicked out of the hotel where ALEC is holding a meeting in Salt Lake City this summer [Tribune].
There's good news and bad news for Utah in a report on the state's high school graduation rates [Tribune].
Residents of Millcreek Township will have a chance to vote on whether they would like to incorporate as a city this November [Tribune].