Sens. Curt Bramble and Wayne Niederhauser say ALEC needs to be more open in their activities [Tribune].
Sen. Orrin Hatch delivers the Republican Party's weekly radio address, saying Democrats are trying to raise taxes [Tribune].
A new study says Mormon Apostles vote in very high numbers, even in off-year elections [Tribune].
Gary Herbert is outpacing Peter Cooke online in Utah's gubernatorial race [Utah Policy].
Utah used a number of tax rebates and incentives to lure businesses and jobs to the state, which helped lessen the impact of the recession [Tribune].
Some parents of autistic children say Utah's pilot program is not flexible enough to meet their needs [Tribune].
Our political insiders break along partisan lines on whether gun laws need changes following the shootings in a Colorado movie theater [Utah Policy].
Three more women accuse Greg Peterson of sexual assault [Tribune, Daily Herald].
Out of 603 Utah wildfires this year, only one has been caused by fireworks [Deseret News].
Barack Obama names Steven E. Snow, a member of the LDS Church First Quorum of the Seventy, as a member of his faith-based advisory council [Tribune].