Utah lawmakers are busy learning the in’s and out’s of the state's impeachment process ahead of next week’s interim meetings [Tribune].
Convicted fraudster Mark Jenson says former Attorney General Mark Shurtleff and his then chief deputy John Swallow extorted him and took financial advantage of him [Deseret News].
The former President of the Utah State Bar says, despite the scandal swirling around the office, the Attorney General should be elected and not appointed [Tribune].
Sen. Mike Lee says the immigration reform bill is too big and cannot be fixed in its current form [Tribune].
The Salt Lake Tribune calls on Sen. Lee and Rep. Jason Chaffetz to help get to the bottom of the NSA data collection scandal [Tribune].
The Utah Transit Authority says when riders fail to use their “tap on/tap off” system properly, it screws up their ridership tracking and can impact future transit planning [Tribune].
Paul Rolly says there are more questions than answers in the probe into who might have forged Utah Supreme Court Chief J ustice Christine Durham’s signature on a petition using a Utah lawmaker’s computer [Tribune].
Salt Lake City Mayor Ralph Becker says this is not the right time for a tax increase in Utah’s capital city [Tribune].
State Sen. Todd Weiler wants to remove children from a parent’s custody when that parent is accused of murdering their spouse [Standard-Examiner].
Utah officials are keeping a very close eye on a court fight in Nevada over pumping water to Las Vegas [Tribune].