If you’re confused by all the twists and turns in the controversy surrounding embattled Attorney General John Swallow, here’s a fantastic primer [Tribune].
The backers of a change to how Utah nominates political candidates reports raising $70,000 so far [Tribune].
Rich McKeown, the head of the Count My Vote initiative, sits down with Rich Piatt to discuss their plans [KSL].
Sen. Mike Lee is wearing criticism over his threats to shut down the government in order to stop Obamacare like a badge of honor [Tribune].
Sen. Orrin Hatch is having trouble finding allies in his plan to re-write the tax code [Tribune].
Paul Rolly attempts to decode the political enigma that is Sen. Aaron Osmond [Tribune].
Pignanelli and Webb chew over Osmond’s suggestion the state end compulsory education [Deseret News].
John Florez is less than enamored with Osmond’s suggestion [Deseret News].
Defense contractor L3 is hoping employees will take a buyout offer ahead of another round of layoffs due to budget cuts [Tribune].
Former U.S. Senate candidate Christopher Stout slams the UTA’s request for more sales tax funding [Tribune].
Utah schools are struggling after a big cut in federal Title I funds [Tribune].
Data suggests June and July may have been the hottest on record for the Salt Lake Valley [Tribune].
Those high temperatures are wreaking havoc on the state’s reservoirs [Deseret News].