Woah! A new poll shows Mia Love has grabbed a 6-point lead over Jim Matheson in the 4th Congressional District [Deseret News, KSL].
Love and Matheson trade body blows over their plans to reduce the budget deficit [Tribune, ABC 4].
Matheson talks about how he’s dealing with the “Romney factor” in this year’s election [Utah Policy].
A new survey finds immigration reform is not a top priorities for Utahns this election [Tribune].
The Supreme Court upholds a lower court decision which said the Forest Service can protect roadless areas [Tribune, Deseret News, KSL].
Peg McEntee hails the roadless decision, but worries it may embolden Utah lawmakers who want to gain control of federal lands within the state’s borders [Tribune].
The Road Home’s overflow shelter is opening early due to a surge in the number of homeless families [Tribune, Fox 13].
Some parents of autistic children who can’t afford care for their kids are giving them up to the state [Tribune].
Sandy City Councilman Bryant Anderson announces his retirement to serve an LDS mission [Deseret News].
Utah manufacturing is on the rise, hitting it’s highest level of output in seven months [Tribune].