Today is "Super Tuesday" as 11 states vote in the GOP nominating process [Politico].
Two key Legislative Democrats, House Minority Leader David Litvack and Senate Minority Whip Karen Morgan, announce they will not seek reelection in 2012 [Tribune, Daily Herald, ABC 4, Fox 13, Deseret News].
The Utah House approves a 72-hour waiting period before a woman can get an abortion [Tribune, Deseret News].
Some think Utah lawmakers are waging a "war against women" [ABC 4].
Sen. Howard Stephenson says a dual-immersion language program in Utah schools is in danger because of budget issues [Tribune].
The Senate approves a measure allowing the state to opt-out of federal healthcare reform [Tribune, Daily Herald].
State Superintendent Larry Shumway sends a letter to the U.S. Secretary of Education to say the state controls education standards in Utah [Tribune].
The House approves the creation of a license plate to honor Martin Luther King, Jr., but only after amending the measure to address concerns over abortion [Tribune, Deseret News].
The House rejects a measure to allow some high school students to use state funding to choose where they take classes [Daily Herald].
Lawmakers honor retiring Utah Supreme Court Chief Justice Christine Durham [Deseret News].