Local Headlines 3-31-14

Salt Lake Tribune

Rolly: Legislators, bureaucrats don’t trust teachers

Op-ed: EPA overreaches in Chesapeake, and Utahns should worry

Op-ed: Michigan Judge, not marriage studies, is ‘unbelievable’

Op-ed: Legislature took substantive steps to clean air

Editorial: On Medicaid, Herbert has Obama over a barrel

Herbert signs 30 bills, including one that raises speed limits

Leavitt’s support may backfire in Nebraska race

SL County to revise its approach to some tax sales

Utahn Kenneth Maryboy runs for Navajo Nation president

Jenson lawyer: Swallow, Shurtleff have info that could clear client

Dutch John — a Utah town fishing for a future

Is Medicaid expansion inevitable in Utah?

Analysts say Utah redistricting tough on Democrats

Deseret News

Frank Pignanelli & LaVarr Webb: Our brackets are shot, time to focus on political minutiae

Connor Boyack: The importance of paying attention

Editorial: As some states flout federal drug law, Justice wavers on enforcement

Editorial: Veto this bill

Energy, transmission corridors through Utah, West up for review

Regents approve 4% statewide tuition increase

Will Utah play a more prominent role in 2016 presidential primary?

Enormous — but invisible — storage facilities take shape

National study shows military suicide rates climbing; Utah no exception

10 ‘dumb’ Utah laws according to the Internet — are they fact or fiction?

Doug Robinson: Vicki Varela — Utah’s No. 1 salesperson


No challengers in 1 of every 11 legislative races (Daily Herald)

Opening up on liquor laws (Park Record)

Attorney in Park City launches long shot bid for Congress (Park Record)