Our political insiders discuss whether the mistakes made by Mitt Romney during his recent European trip will hurt him come November [Utah Policy, Deseret News, KSL].
Utah is one of seven states that President Barack Obama has not visited since he took office [Tribune].
Critics say Mitt Romney shouldn’t take all the credit for saving the 2002 Winter Olympic Games [Tribune].
The Utah Supreme Court rules Attorney General Mark Shurtleff’s office must help pay $5.7 million in bills to an accountant appointed by a court to oversee a trust for a polygamist group’s property [Tribune, Deseret News, ABC 4, KSL, Standard-Examiner].
Growing demand for Utah’s concealed weapons permits is putting pressure on regulators who are tasked with making sure the accompanying classes are adequate [Tribune].
Rep. Barney Frank visits Salt Lake City for a reading of a play about California’s Prop. 8 which banned same-sex marriage [Tribune].
Constitution Party presidential candidate Virgil Goode visits Utah this week [Tribune].
A number of northern Utah County cities are under fire for awarding a contract for trash service to a company without accepting competitive bids [Daily Herald].
The Utah State School Board drops out of a group of states developing student testing based on Common Core standards [Tribune].
Schools will soon share classroom performance data to parents who request it, but that information will not be released to the general public [Tribune].