Jim Matheson agrees to four debates with Mia Love, but she wants more [Tribune].
Love and Matheson squabble over whether her budget plans would cut federal student aid [Deseret News].
The LDS Church is taking great pains to say they are not taking sides in this year’s presidential race after an email surfaces naming an apparent Mitt Romney supporter as the contact person for an effort to get Church members in Nevada to register to vote [Tribune].
Democrat Peter Cooke says Utah gives too many tax breaks to out-of-state companies that relocate to Utah instead of focusing on businesses that are already in the state [KUTV].
A new report says up to 9-percent of Utah’s prison population is made up of illegal immigrants [Tribune].
Utah’s School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration warns groups opposed to tar sands mining on public lands in the state will be subject to criminal prosecution [Deseret News].
Peg McEntee says the Utah Transit Authority should cut the travel budget for top officials instead of bus service [Tribune].
Members of the Utah PTA discuss how they fought against a controversial bill that would have mandated the teaching of abstinence-only in Utah’s sex ed classes [Tribune].
One in seven Utah households struggle putting food on the table [Deseret News].
Kristen Cox, who is heading up the new Governor’s Office of Management and Budget, does not let the fact she is blind slow her down [Deseret News].