There’s more talk of possible impeachment proceedings against Attorney General John Swallow [Tribune, Deseret News].
Newly revealed emails show Swallow tried to broker business deals involving his former employer even after he became the #2 in the Attorney General’s office [Tribune, Deseret News, KSL, KUTV].
Rep. Jim Matheson says the controversy swirling around the AG’s office is a “huge distraction” [Deseret News].
Someone forged former Utah Supreme Court Justice Christine Durham’s signature on a petition for a legislative ethics law. That forged signature apparently came from a computer on the floor of the Utah House of Representatives [Tribune].
Rep. Jason Chaffetz is set to unveil legislation to reduce spending on federal prisons [Tribune].
A suit filed by the ACLU says conditions in a prison in Mississippi run by a Utah-based company are “barbaric” [Tribune].
Midvale Mayor JoAnn Seghini and Cottonwood Height Mayor Kelvyn Cullimore both declare they are running for another term as the head of those cities [Tribune].
A federal judge declines to limit what kind of improvements Kane County can make to RS2477 roads there [Tribune].
The University of Utah’s athletic department
Plans for an electric shuttle bus move forward at the University of Utah [Tribune].