Sen. Mike Lee is renting a home from the man who bought his previous home in a short sale [Tribune].
Sen. Orrin Hatch helps a Senate panel approve an immigration reform bill after the committee adopted his proposed changes to the bill [Tribune].
Hatch also is continuing his criticism of the IRS saying the agency failed to tell Congress they were targeting conservative groups when directly asked [Tribune].
Gov. Gary Herbe rt tells a Congressional committee Utah should be allowed to manage public lands within the state’s borders [Tribune].
Reps. Jason Chaffetz and Curtis Oda pen an op-ed decrying the “irresponsible gun owners” who bring firearms to airports [Tribune].
New Utah GOP Chairman James Evans wants his party to start making some inroads in Summit County, one of the most reliably Democratic areas of the state [Park Record].
The Salt Lake City Council’s decision making process in deciding the alignment for the second phase of the Sugar House streetcar is coming under scrutiny [Tribune].
A new study says Salt Lake City has the highest percentage of same-sex couples with children in the nation [Tribune, City Weekly].
Salt Lake County Councilman David Wilde announces his candidacy for Mayor of Murray [Tribune].
The Salt Lake County Council gives preliminary approval to the creation of a “mutual commitment registry” that could help same-sex couples access their partner’s benefits [Tribune, Deseret News].