A new poll shows an overwhelming number of Utahns support immigration reform [Tribune].
Rep. Chris Stewart opposes any immigration reform measure that includes a path to citizenship for illegals [Tribune].
Bob Bernick says Sen. Mike Lee’s opposition to immigration reform has him out of step with most of Utah [Utah Policy].
If House Republicans broach the subject of impeaching Attorney General John Swallow, it would be an historic first in Utah [KUTV].
The Tribune Editorial Board jumps on Gov. Gary Herbert’s comments that he would have fired Swallow if he worked in his office [Tribune].
Federal prosecutors and defense attorneys are fighting over whether a gag order on accused fraudster Jeremy Johnson also extends to his wife [Tribune, Deseret News].
A report says Utah’s science education standards are lacking, especially at the high school level [Tribune].
The Salt Lake County Council gets behind a pilot program that aims to reduce recidivism at the county jail [Tribune].
The Supreme Court rules against Utah’s Myriad Genetics, saying human genes cannot be patented. However, the firm got a half-win as the high court said patenting synthetic versions of human genes is okay [Deseret News].
Another report gives Utah’s economy high marks [Standard-Examiner].