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May 30, 2013

Ten Things You Need to Know for Thursday
by Bryan Schott
Countdown: There are 160 days to the 2013 municipal elections, 243 days until the start of the 2014 Legislature, 519 days until the 2014 midterm elections and 956 days until the 2016 Iowa Caucuses.

Momentum may be building in the Utah House to start impeachment proceedings against Attorney General John Swallow [Daily Herald].

Dan Liljenquist lays out a number of reasons John Swallow should be removed from office [Deseret News].

Gov. Gary Herbert announces his picks for the board that will decide whether to move the Utah State Prison. Salt Lake County Mayor Ben McAdams is the lone Democrat on the panel [Tribune, Deseret News].

Sen. Mike Lee already has his eyes on 2016, raising money for a re-election bid [Deseret News].

Former Utah Gov. Mike Leavitt unveils a blueprint detailing how the transition between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney would have gone had Romney won in 2012 [Tribune, Deseret News].

The Utah Transit Authority is coming under increasing criticism for e nriching cronies at the expense of those who ride public transit [City Weekly].

More details emerge in the arrest of lobbyist Clark Aposhian in a Memorial Day weekend incident. If Aposhian is convicted of a domestic violence charge, he could lose his weapons and concealed carry permit [Tribune].

Former President George W. Bush speaks at a private event in Salt Lake City [Tribune, KSL].

200 jobs head to Hill Air Force Base as the Pentagon decides to move all maintenance operations for the F-22 fighter to the Ogden facility [Tribune, Deseret News].

New data says more Utahns are killed by guns than traffic accidents [KSL].

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Salt Lake Tribune

Editorial: Getting the facts: Coerced testimony worth little

U.S. must reach out and lift the world, Bush tells Utahns

What could have been: Leavitt details plans for President Romney

Utah governor announces picks for prison relocation board

Taylorsville proposes property-tax increase for fiscal 2014

McEntee: Legislature's course correction steers Utah in a better direction

Will face of Utah's gun lobby be holstered?

DMV reveals data breach discovered in March

West Jordan City Council raises mayor's salary almost five-fold

Deseret News

Dan Liljenquist: More reasons why Utah's AG should be removed

Op-ed: Utah needs nonpartisan primaries

Guv appoints S.L. County mayor, others to prison relocation committee

South Jordan ranks as second-fastest growing large city in U.S.

Report warns of looming senior health crisis

George W. Bush gives candid speech at Salt Lake business conference

Sen. Lee already raising money for 2016 race

Air Force to consolidate F-22 Raptor operations at Hill AFB

Blueprint outlines work former Utah Gov. Mike Leavitt, others did to prepare for President Romney

Urban planners take a few lessons from Brigham Young and Joseph Smith


House still mulling on impeachment investigations for Swallow (Daily Herald)

Editorial: Convenience voting (Standard-Examiner)

Air Force consolidates F-22 depot maintenance and Hill gets 200 jobs (Standard-Examiner)

Hits & Misses (City Weekly)

Critics complain that UTA cronies keep taking taxpayers for a ride (City Weekly)

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