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Salt Lake Tribune

Op-ed: Data on refugee resettlement is lacking

Op-ed: Health insurance should not stand between doctor and patient

Editorial: There is still time to vote. So don’t miss out.

For the first time in five decades, ‘dry’ Blanding could drop its prohibition on booze. But voters don’t seem to care.

Utahns split on desire for more church transparency, but most active Mormons say it isn’t needed, poll shows

Is southern Utah’s historic Bluff ready to become a town, a really BIG town?

With looming tax reform vote, Utah’s new member of Congress could be sworn in quickly

Conservative pundit Bill Kristol treads carefully in Utah political minefield

More people staying at the homeless shelter since Operation Rio Grande got underway

Utah Republican Party switches gears again, saying it will continue lawsuit against SB54 — without ‘paying another dime’

‘Scared all the time’: Former Daggett inmates describe abuse at the hands of jail officers

Deseret News

Frank R. Pignanelli and LaVarr Webb: The storms battering society and the political world

Sen. Mike Lee: The social element of the opioid crisis

Op-ed: Utah is prime for Amazon's next headquarters

Editorial: Dropping the SB 54 lawsuit is the best move for Utah's GOP

Lawmaker wants to shift sex ed focus to reproductive health

Enforcing current laws is best way to reduce gun violence, advocates say

State School Board to take another crack at middle school requirements

Bill Kristol on Trump, Romney, the GOP, conservatives and Mormons

Kathie Allen finds balance in Utah, boldness for congressional run

John Curtis navigates political world, sets sights on D.C.

Jim Bennett battles 'tribal distinctions' as United Utah Party candidate

Many Utah mayoral races could prove interesting

Booze on the ballot: Utah dry town mulls allowing alcohol

Environmental groups oppose tree removal projects

Utah GOP votes to continue fight against election law

Some communities outside downtown seeing homeless influx

Other

Utah County has received 50,000 ballots, and expects another 25,000 (Daily Herald)

Two Cedar Hills candidates disqualified after failing to turn in final campaign finance report (Daily Herald)

Editorial: A vague and poorly planned school bond initiative (Standard-Examiner)

Candidate spending in other Cache Valley cities significantly less than in Logan (Logan Herald Journal)

Park City mayor’s race: Andy Beerman wins in fundraising (Park Record)