Colorado, Missouri and Minnesota all hold their GOP presidential nominating contests today. Here's what to watch for [Politico].
A Utah lawmaker proposes drug testing for some welfare benefits [ABC 4].
Legislative Republicans are squabbling over changes to Utah's nominating system [Deseret News].
Sen. Howard Stephenson's tuition tax credit proposal gets a legislative hearing Tuesday afternoon [Tribune].
Rep. Wayne Harper says he will make changes to his proposal to end Salt Lake City's anti-idling ordinance [Tribune].
Rep. Paul Ray wants Utah Congressional candidates to live in the districts they represent [Tribune].
The Utah Senate advances a bill banning teenagers from using cell phones while driving [Tribune, Deseret News].
Tea Party candidate Jacqueline Smith steps up to challenge Rep. Rob Bishop [Tribune].
Jon Huntsman says he won't run for another office this year, but might sometime down the line [Tribune].