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  • POLL: Most Utahns say Confederate monuments should not be taken down [Utah Policy].

  • Sen. Orrin Hatch says Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore should step aside after allegations he pursued sexual relationships with teenagers [Utah Policy].

  • If Mitt Romney runs for Senate in 2018 and wins, he'll set a record in the modern era for longest gap between a losing Senate bid and a victory [Utah Policy].

  • Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke says even if President Donald Trump dramatically reduces the size of the Bears Ears National Monument, it will still be larger than the combined size of Zion and Bryce national parks [Tribune].

  • John Curtis is sworn in as Utah's newest member of Congress [Deseret News, Tribune].

  • A group of Utah politicians wants to convince Mitt Romney to jump into the 2018 U.S. Senate race [Deseret News, Tribune].

  • Salt Lake County officials announced plans to sue the manufacturers of opioids [Deseret News, Tribune].

  • A Senate committee advances the nomination of Paige Petersen to become the newest Utah Supreme Court Justice [Deseret News, Tribune].

  • LaVarr Webb argues the tax reform plan under consideration in Congress would give the U.S. economy a boost if it passes [Utah Policy].

  • Salt Lake City is considering hiring 27 new police officers to deal with the increased workload from Operation Rio Grande [Tribune].

  • The family of former Salt Lake County Recorder Gary Ott is embroiled in a court battle with his former secretary/caregiver/fiancee over his estate [Deseret News].

  • A new study says nearly 1,800 fewer people would die on the nation's roads if every state adopted Utah's lowest in the nation DUI threshold [Deseret News].

  • The new arena at the Utah State Fairpark needs about $1.1 million in upgrades and repairs [Deseret News].