The battle over Utah's public school funding intensifies as the State School Board alleges lawmakers violated the state's open meetings law when they voted on a number of items without providing sufficient advance information [Tribune, Deseret News].
Utah's budget picture is looking up, meaning more groups are coming forward with their hands out [Tribune].
Jon Huntsman's failed presidential campaign is still more than $5 million in the red [Tribune].
Lawmakers may consider upping the number of DABC commissioners from 5 to 7 [ABC 4].
Political insiders' are split over whether Utah should ditch the Electoral College [Utah Policy].
Sen. Margaret Dayton wants those who start wildfires to be responsible for paying to put them out [Daily Herald].
The Utah GOP sets their final delegate allocation for the state convention in April [Utah Policy].
After initially killing a bill to open some state liquor stores on certain holidays, a revised version passes a House panel [Deseret News, Fox 13]. That bill may be doomed if it ever gets to the Senate [ABC 4].
There's a Utah-based super PAC behind a presidential candidate, but it's Ron Paul, not Mitt Romney [Tribune].