Local Headlines 9-25-18

Deseret News

Boyd Matheson: The Supreme Court is too political, and it’s Congress’ fault

Editorial: Economic plans need input from faith groups

Inland port opponents criticize draft $1.9 million budget, call for more study, not ‘P.R.’

Rep. Mia Love’s FEC issues ‘part and parcel’ of campaigns, her new attorney says

Poll: Nearly half of Salt Lake City residents think homeless issues haven’t improved

Utah consumer attitudes at historic high

State buys Road Home’s downtown Salt Lake shelter for $4 million

Salt Lake Tribune

Salt Lake City ER reports 160 percent spike in visits involving e-scooters

Mia Love and Ben McAdams slam each other in new attack ads

Inland Port Authority Board faces more criticism over transparency, $2 million budget plan

UTA finds a way to fill buses — offer free fare and frequent service

State of Utah to own The Road Home property after $4 million purchase deal


Utah County Commission sets public hearing for proposed tax increase (Daily Herald)

Weber County Democrats down, but say they’ll keep up the fight against GOP dominance (Standard-Examiner)

Who’s taking votes from whom? Everything fair game in three-way congressional race (Logan Herald Journal)

In Park City stop, Democratic challenger Lee Castillo says Rob Bishop has lost touch with voters (Park Record)