Some House Republicans say it appears Speaker Becky Lockhart is moving that body toward impeachment proceedings against Swallow [Utah Policy].
Better late than never, I guess. The Utah Senate Democrats join the chorus calling for an investigation into Attorney General John Swallow [Tribune, Deseret News].
Utah business leaders take out a full-page newspaper advertisement calling on Utah’s Congre ssional delegation to “move forward” on immigration reform [Deseret News].
Economist Natalie Gochnour warns Utah shouldn’t rest on its laurels as one of the best-managed states in the nation [Deseret News].
Census numbers say Utah has the highest rate of internet access in the entire nation [Tribune].
The Utah Transit Authority offers a limited number of free one-week passes to Utahns who pledge to help reduce air pollution by using mass transit [Tribune].
A citizen group opposed to the construction of a power plant in Sigurd vows to fight on after regulators deny their latest bid to stop the proposed facility [Tribune].
Voters in Kaysville will decide whether officials will be able to use money from the city’s power company for other city expenditures [Tribune].
The federal government finally sends $67 million in disaster relief funds to 15 states, including Utah after that money was held up by budget battles in Congress [Deseret News].
The Ogden School District says they’ve found the money to hire seven librarian/media specialists for next year. The district previously fired all 20 people h olding that position due to budget constraints [Standard-Examiner].