Gary Herbert and Peter Cooke face off in a forum focusing on education and Medicare [Utah Policy, Tribune, Deseret News
Democrat Scott Howell says Orrin Hatch’s plans for Medicare will take money out of the system [KUTV].
Most incumbent legislators fail to answer a questionnaire about Legislative ethics from Utahns for Ethical Government [Tribune].
Bryan Schott and Bob Bernick wonder why Utah’s gubernatorial race has been so boring [Utah Policy].
Republican Salt Lake County Mayoral candidate Mark Crockett resolves his outstanding tax issues [Tribune].
Crockett says Democrats are making him a target of hackers by posting his outstanding tax records online [Deseret News].
Utah’s health exchange is being re-branded as “Avenue H” [Tribune].
UDOT changes the route for the proposed West Davis Corridor [KSL].
The Division of Wildlife Resources begins an aggressive re-seeding program following this summer’s wildfires [Tribune].
Experts tell a legislative task force every $1 spent on pollution reduction will result in about $10 in savings [Tribune].