Utah’s Democratic party is balking at the $14,000 price tag to get their hands on redistricting records from the Legislature [Tribune, Deseret News, KUTV, Daily Herald]. ABC 4 files their own GRAMA request for those redistricting documents [ABC 4].
Some Republicans are calling for a shakeup in Mia Love’s campaign [Utah Policy].
A pro-Mitt Romney group co-opts the slogan “Choose the Right” to support the presidential candidate [Buzz Feed].
The dispute over whether water in the Snake Valley can be sent to Las Vegas might end up in the Supreme Court [Tribune, ABC 4].
Republicans on the Salt Lake County Council will determine whether the county chips in for a proposed $110,000 million Broadway-style theater in Salt Lake City [Tribune].
Utah cities may pay higher fees if the Utah pension system doesn’t earn enough on their investments to cover the costs of retirees [Deseret News].
Voters may get the chance to weigh in on the Highland City Council’s recent decision to lift the ban on Sunday sales in that city [Daily Herald].
A federal court rules against US Magnesium who argued a Utah rule that says a company is responsible for pollution until they can prove there was an “unavoidable breakdown” [Tribune].
Brigham City officials are set to unveil a plan to boost that city’s economy [Tribune].
Bike Utah gets a grant to boost the number of Utahns who use bikes to get around [Tribune].