POLL: Most Utahns say they expect to have adequate health insurance at this time next year, which means they don’t expect Congress to make changes to the Affordable Care Act [Utah Policy].
Sen. Orrin Hatch‘s office says President Donald Trump has indicated he will reduce the size of the Bears Ears National Monument. President Trump will travel to Utah in December to officially announce his decision on Bears Ears [Utah Policy].
Most of our “Political Insiders” say Rep. Mia Love should win another term in Congress in 2018, despite a strong challenge from Ben McAdams [Utah Policy].
Former House Speaker John Boehner blisters former Utah Rep. Jason Chaffetz, calling Chaffetz an “a**hole” [Utah Policy]. The entire interview with Boehner is worth a read [Politico].
Here’s another report that Sen. Orrin Hatch plans to retire when his term is up and that Mitt Romney plans to run for his seat [Utah Policy].
PODCAST: On this week’s “Beg to Differ,” Bryan Schott and Mike Winder take an early look at the 2020 Utah gubernatorial race and speak with Salt Lake County GOP Chairman Jake Parkinson [Utah Policy].
Utah County is working to avoid the kinds of ballot snafus that hit the 3rd CD primary election in August [Daily Herald].
The fledgling United Utah Party held their first Salt Lake County convention. Just 35 people showed up [Tribune].
Backers of the Count My Vote ballot initiative hold public hearings on their proposal around the state [Deseret News, Tribune].
Residents in the polygamist enclave of Hilldale are preparing for elections next week, but many wonder if the vote will be fair [Tribune].
The “safe space” for homeless Utahns on Rio Grande Street closes to those without a special ID [Tribune].
A new study estimates the cost of upgrading roads to create a direct route between Tooele and Herriman at more than $300 million [Tribune].