Gov. Gary Herbert says he supports a move to sue the federal government unless they relinquish control of public lands to the state [Tribune, Daily Herald, Fox 13].
Rep. Rob Bishop visits the legislature, says he wants them to keep passing "message bills" standing up to the federal government [Tribune, Deseret News].
Federal regulators block a proposed pipeline from Flaming Gorge to Colorado [Tribune].
Business leaders advocate for continuing funding for optional all-day kindergarten [Tribune].
Legislative leadership looks for ways to reduce Utah's debt [Utah Policy].
The Senate approves a proposed constitutional cap on government growth and spending [Tribune].
Sen. Howard Stephenson says Democratic Sens. Luz Robles and Karen Mayne are pushing bills designed to make Republicans look bad in an election year [Tribune].
Bob Bernick looks at how lawmakers are trying to balance personal liberty against law enforcement concerns [Utah Policy].
Drivers who get caught using a suspended license could soon see their car impounded [Tribune].
Foster Freiss, the billionaire who is supporting Rick Santorum's presidential bid, may throw his money behind Dan Liljenquist's Senate campaign [Utah Policy].
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