Barack Obama and Mitt Romney face off in a fiery second presidential debate [Politico, Utah Policy, Tribune].
Were undecided Utah voters swayed by last night’s debate? [KSL]
Shocker! Democrat Donna McAleer raises more money than Republican Rob Bishop in Utah’s 1st Congressional District race [Tribune].
Utah’s state revenues could grow by as much as $100 million next year [Utah Policy, Tribune].
John Swallow and Dee Smith tangle over payday lending and whether Utah should seize control of federal lands in the state [Tribune, Deseret News, KSL].
The Utah GOP files a complaint with the FEC because Democratic 3rd Congressional District candidate Soren Simonsen failed to file required financial disclosure statements [Deseret News].
An economist warns that Salt Lake City’s economy will likely slow in the next year [Tribune].
An open government group is upset the Utah Senate will not hold a confirmation hearing on former Representative Holly Richardson’s appointment to the state records committee [Tribune, Deseret News, Daily Herald].
The LDS Church tries to distance itself from a Layton ballot referendum over a proposed development on land owned by the Church [Standard-Examiner].
Sen. Stuart Reid wants parents to take sex education classes too [Tribune].