Local Headlines 3-27-17

Salt Lake Tribune

Op-ed: As a doctor who treats addicts, I support access to vapor products

Op-ed: Cantwell-Hatch bill would bring more affordable homes to Utah

Op-ed: Impairment begins with the first drink, and Utah made the right move

Editorial: There is still a chance to fix Utah’s new DUI bill

Rep. Chris Stewart postpones town hall; Poll shows most Utahns want Congress members to hold meetings

Ted Wilson calls it a day — and it’s real this time

Sen. Mike Lee alone in Utah delegation cheering pulling of GOP health care bill

Guv vetoes bill that could have cut Democrats out of state boards

Gov. Gary Herbert signs bills involving abortion, highways and the Spiral Jetty

Poll: Majority of Utahns now view Trump favorably

Voters skeptical of concealed gun law as protection for sex-assault victims

A new overflow shelter? A closed day center? Single men in Midvale? Emails provide a glimpse into ongoing discussions among homeless plan collaborators

Deseret News

Frank Pignanelli & LaVarr Webb: Views on DUI law, homeless sites and education funding

Op-ed: Don’t put the new homeless shelter by the Jordan River Parkway

Op-ed: The Trump federal budget and what it means for the U.S.

Op-ed: Politicians need to be voted out

Hal Boyd: Traditional marriage, Christianity and cowardice on the college campus

Jay Evensen: Can GOP leaders simplify the income tax? History says no

Op-ed: Building a virtual wall

Editorial: Start a high school student’s day later in the morning

Could Utah become a blue state? Why expert Nate Silver says it already is

Utah House delegation frustrated by no vote on health care, signals reluctance to try again

About Utah: Outdoor retailer is happy right where he is


Editorial: With alcohol, unpopular prevention is still worth saving lives (Daily Herald)

Changes to Zion Curtain won’t affect most restaurants (Daily Herald)

Editorial: In their fervor to control alcohol, Utah lawmakers are killing the economy (Standard-Examiner)

Event aims to close political divide (Park Record)