The feds sue to block a Utah law that would keep federal employees who are not certified law enforcement officers from enforcing state laws [Tribune].
A number of new laws go into effect today including a ban on teenage drivers using cell phones while behind the wheel [Tribune].
Federal prosecutors say embattled Provo businessman Jeremy Johnson is trying to intimidate witnesses and is attempting to drag Attorney General John Swallow into an unrelated civil lawsuit [Tribune, Deseret News].
In an interview, Swallow discusses and denies the allegations made against him [Fox 13].
Speaking of Swallow, state lawmakers say they may discuss the myriad allegations against him during their interim meetings on Wednesday [Deseret News].
Rep. Jason Chaffetz suggests it’s possible that President Barack Obama could be impeached over his handling of the attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi [Tribune].
Chaffetz also says IRS officials who targeted Tea Party organizations should end up in jail [Tribune].
The Utah Fund of Funds is suing the State Auditor’s office to keep information about how they are investing taxpayer money into Utah companies from becoming public [KUTV].
Controversy in the West Valley City Police Department prompts former Councilwoman Margaret Peterson to run for Mayor there, challenging incumbent Mike Winder [Tribune].
A grassroots group of Utah parents aims to fight for “common sense” gun policy in the Legislature [Tribune].