Orrin Hatch's attacks on Dan Liljenquist over missing votes really aren't that big of a deal [Utah Policy].
Despite their differences on immigration policy, Mark Shurtleff endorses Carl Wimmer's bid for Congress [Tribune].
UDOT announces more than 200 summer road construction projects [Deseret News, Fox 13, ABC 4].
A campaign finance complaint is filed against Attorney General candidate Sean Reyes [Tribune, Fox 13].
MSNBC's Lawrence O'Donnell attacks Mitt Romney's religious beliefs [KSL, ABC 4].
Utah state GOP secretary Drew Chamberlain , who sued his own party over the practice of awarding "automatic delegate" slots to the state convention fails to win a regular delegate position, so he grabs one of those automatic bids [Tribune].
Utahns are responsible for 19% of the lottery ticket sales in Idaho [Tribune].
The Natural Resources Defense Council says Utah failed to take climate change into account when making long-term plans for the state's water supply [Tribune].
UDOT says the Provo to Salt Lake City FrontRunner line will officially open on December 10 [Daily Herald].
The BLM is set to approve nearly 3,700 new gas wells in eastern Utah [Tribune].
Don't forget to watch our weekly video wrapping up the week in Utah politics [Utah Policy].