Local Headlines 3-4-14

Salt Lake Tribune

Editorial: Count My Vote compromise is good for everyone

Tax break for pricey cigars advances in Utah Capitol

Clean-air bill goes to governor

Bill advances to remove home school curriculum rules

Count My Vote deal gets roughed up, but advances

Utah legislators introduce most bills ever, pass fewest

Bill: Allow wide use of emergency drug for overdose victims

Utah’s opening of national parks paid off big

House OKs relocation of Stericycle medical waste incinerator

Lawmakers: Gunnison prison funding critical to keeping inmates behind bars

SLC mayor: Parking kiosks not to blame for revenue loss

Utah panel endorses plan to quickly adopt new clean-fuel standards here

Bill protecting cell data passes House

Bill would allow jury trials in parental rights cases

House buys insurance with two Medicaid expansion bills

Fund proposed for hotels hurt by ‘megahotel’

Who sends trash, taxpayer dollars to Stericycle?

Does South Jordan’s Daybreak offer car pollution solutions?

House passes bill to get cannabis oil to seizure-stricken kids

Bill to raise smoking age goes up in flames

Deseret News

Op-ed: New technology: How will Utah respond?

Op-ed: Keep compromising on the Salt Lake convention hotel

Editorial: Immigration solutions

Utah House panel advances Count My Vote compromise bill despite opposition

EPA adopts tougher fuel, vehicle standards pushed by Gov. Gary Herbert

Jury trials could decide parental rights termination cases under bill approved by House

House passes bill adding penalties for sexual contact with a student

Bill to raise legal smoking age in Utah fails in Senate

Stericycle move to Tooele gets House endorsement

Committee sends bill targeting aggressive panhandling to full Senate

House panel resurrects partisan State School Board bill

House committee passes latest version of Medicaid expansion alternative

House panel approves bill requiring carbon monoxide detectors in schools

House panel advances Common Core reactionary bill

Report: Utah made big money by keeping national parks open during government shutdown

House passes bill allowing hemp oil extract for seizure treatment

Attempt to raise minimum wage in Utah doesn’t gain traction


‘Count My Vote’ compromise bill passes House committee (Daily Herald)

House OKs cannabis oil for medical treatment (Daily Herald)

Editorial: An oil pipeline in Davis? (Standard-Examiner)

Utah dollars softened the blow, but national parks still lost at least $14M during shutdown (Standard-Examiner)

Tooele lawmaker: If we can handle nerve gas, we can handle Stericycle (Standard-Examiner)

Cache County Council weighs term length for new, combined elected office (Logan Herald Journal)