Rep. Paul Ray is the first lawmaker to call for Attorney General John Swallow’s resignation. At the same time, Speaker Becky Lockhart sends lawmakers information on the impeachment process [Tribune].
A number of donations to Swallow’s 2012 campaign from online direct marketing companies did not get reported correctly [Fox 13].
Employees in the Attorney General’s office say the ongoing investigation into scandals involving Swallow has hammered morale [Tribune].
A former leader of the Salt Lake County Republican Party says it’s time to get rid of Utah’s caucus system [Tribune].
The group pushing an alternative route to the primary ballot outside of the caucus system continues to ready a ballot initiative drive to get the issue before voters [Deseret News].
Paul Rolly calls out Sen. Mike Lee for his somewhat tortured relationship with truth telling [Tribune].
Despite hostility from Republicans and lukewarm support from fellow Democrats, Rep. Jim Matheson somehow keeps on winning [Tribune].
Utah protesters rally against genetically modified organisms [Tribune].
Some Utah police departments allow the use of undocumented immigrants as informants, while others prohibit the practice [Tribune].
Cemeteries along the Wasatch Front are filling up, putting cities in a bind as they try to figure out where to bury the dead [Tribune].