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Utahns are becoming more accepting of same-sex marriage. Swallow and Shurtleff due in court. Are the new SAGE report cards too complicated?

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With less than three weeks to go, whee do you think the race between Mia Love and Doug Owens stands?
Monday was an historic day in Utah when the Supreme Court declined to take up Utah's appeal of a lower court's ruling that Amendment 3 was unconstitutional. How will Utah lawmakers react to the...

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Salt Lake Tribune

Op-ed: UTA’s use of reserves reflects sound planning

Op-ed: Hatch deserves praise for long history of helping children

Op-ed: ‘One Wasatch’ would show that Europe got it right

Op-ed: The best school-reform ideas come from educators

Editorial: Fix, don’t toss, Utah’s job-luring program

Editorial: UTA is stuck in low gear

Rep. Bishop gave away a quarter of his campaign cash

Salt Lake City’s top planners are gone, but mystery remains

Why Dem Robles seeks GOP allies — ‘it gets things done’

Are your property taxes going up? Some Utahns have it worse

Mia’s gotta Love it: Forecasters predict a GOP sweep in Utah’s House races

Homeless in Salt Lake City: ‘I like living outside’

Veteran facing newcomer for Horiuchi’s at-large seat

New Utah report cards: Too complex to hand to parents

No ‘sigh of relief’ yet for Utah’s homeless

Will Utah end chronic homelessness in 2015?

Deseret News

Frank Pignanelli & LaVarr Webb: Our frank opinion on Utah ballot proposals

John Florez: Let the state school board do its job

Drew Clark: Critics of Utah's low-tax, business-friendly policies miss the mark

Robert Bennett: Former Defense Secretary Leon Panetta's book depicts lost Obama

Editorial: Where has the family values agenda gone?

Editorial: School reformers should study what works in other countries

Commissioner pleads not guilty to charges stemming from ATV protest ride

Sean Reyes is working to lift dark cloud from attorney general's office

Charles Stormont wants to eliminate politics from attorney general's office

Utahns urge lawmakers to pass Gov. Gary Herbert's Medicaid expansion alternative

5 candidates vie for Utah's 3rd Congressional District

1st District race features Donna McAleer challenging Rob Bishop – again

Ex-A.G.s John Swallow, Mark Shurtleff due in court Monday; now both want separate trials

Other

Editorial: Rob Bishop for U.S. Congress (Standard-Examiner)

Weber legislative races in play, but county slots mostly settled (Standard-Examiner)

North Ogden approves contract with Godfrey (Standard-Examiner)

Donna McAleer challenges the 'guardian of gridlock' (Park Record)

Statehouse opponents, at a minimum, disagree on $7.25 per hour (Park Record)

Today At Utah Policy

Today At Utah Policy

Ouch! A new study of census bureau numbers concludes Utah is the worst state for women.
The British government is considering new laws that would jail internet "trolls" for up to two years. The proposal comes on the heels of several high-profile incidents of abuse on social...
Utahns have become a little more accepting of same-sex marriages after they were legalized in the state following a Supreme Court decision.
It looks like Utahns attitudes about Same-sex marriage are shifting.

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The three rings of religious liberty are under assault to make way for new sexual rights. 
Utah is growing. In fact, by the year 2050, our population will nearly double in size. They’ll be your kids, your grandkids, your co-workers, and your friends. 

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Mia Love leads Doug Owens by 9 points. Will that change after the two have their first and only televised debate?
Mia Love leads Doug Owens by 9 points. Will that change after the two have their first and only televised debate?

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That's the Job
"The White House dismissed former Defense Secretary Leon Panetta's criticisms of President Obama, saying he has faced some of the most difficult issues of our time. That would be a great defense if EVERY president didn't face the most difficult issues of their time. That's the job." –Jimmy...

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ISIS
"During an interview, Senator John McCain declared that the U.S. isn't winning the war against ISIS. Even ISIS said, 'Well, not with THAT attitude.'" –Jimmy Fallon Political Humor