Scott Howell says he and Orrin Hatch should release five years of medical records to prove they’ll “both be alive come November” [Tribune, Daily Herald].
Some on Capitol Hill say the LDS Church may be blocking the appointment of Francine Giani to the DABC Commission, but the reason for doing so is unknown [ABC 4].
Despite railing against spending by the federal government, it appears Rep. Mike Noel has benefitted personally from some federal programs [Tribune].
Utah Democrats reach out to Latinos ahead of November’s election [Tribune].
Gov. Gary Herbert declares a state of emergency in Southern Utah because of flooding [Deseret News, Tribune, Standard-Examiner, ABC 4].
Salt Lake City Mayor Ralph Becker joins other mayors across the country calling on Congress to avoid big spending cuts [Tribune].
Are Mormons the last group it’s okay to have a bias against? [Deseret News].
Taylorsville vows to cut property taxes in half by 2013 [Tribune].
The search for a new Salt Lake City Library director comes up empty [Tribune].
A new report says the number of non-profit organizations in Utah has dropped by 39% since 2009 [Deseret News].