British Prime Minister slams Salt Lake City in response to Mitt Romney's criticism of the 2012 London Olympics. Utah politicians respond [Tribune, Deseret News].
A number of participants at the ALEC conference in Salt Lake City support Utah's efforts to gain control of federal lands in the state [Tribune].
A new survey says 80% of those who know Romney is a Mormon are comfortable with that [Tribune, Deseret News].
The Utah Supreme Court will decide whether a citizen-backed ethics initiative will appear on November's ballot [Deseret News, KUTV].
A Facebook page for "Republicans for Ben McAdams" features the GOP elephant logo prompting GOP lawyers to send a cease and desist letter [Tribune].
The high court will also soon rule whether non-binding resolutions backed by citizens instead of the legislature can go on the ballot [Tribune, Deseret News].
Rep. Jason Chaffetz sponsors a measure to allow some foreign-born entrepreneurs to gain U.S. citizenship by opening a business here [Tribune].
Massachusetts Rep. Barney Frank is coming to Salt Lake City next weekend to participate in a panel discussion following a reading of a play about California's Prop. 8 [Tribune].
Background checks for gun purchases in Utah jump following the shootings in a Colorado movie theater [Daily Herald, ABC 4].
Revenues from sales taxes in Provo climb 6.4% [Daily Herald].