The House GOP decides to start the process to investigate Attorney General John Swallow, which could be the first step toward impeachment [Utah Policy, Tribune, Deseret News].
A small group of protesters assemble at the capitol demanding Swallow’s ouster [Tribune].
A ruling by a Nevada judge in a case against Jeremy Johnson means Swallow could be subpoenaed in the next few weeks [Deseret News].
Utah lawmakers give a frosty reception to the idea of creating a process for recall elections [Utah Policy, Tribune].
Salt Lake City Mayor Ralph Becker vetoes a property tax hike approved by the City Council. The Council is expected to override that veto later this week [Tribune].
Lawmakers and education officials look at tweaks to a system for grading Utah’s schools approved during the last legislative session [Tribune, Deseret News].
Lehi is running out of drinking water because residents are using the supply to water their lawns [Daily Herald, Deseret News].
Education advocates say Utah’s quest to wrest control of public lands from the federal government is a “wild goose chase” that is a waste of taxpayer money [Tribune].
Data from the State Tax Commission shows the City Creek shopping center is siphoning sales away from the Gateway [Tribune].
A man who was convicted in a scheme set off a bomb at Roy High School is now running for mayor of that city [Standard-Examiner].