Ten Things You Need to Know for Friday

Countdown: There are 228 days to the 2013 municipal elections, 311 days until the start of the 2014 Legislature, 592 days until the 2014 midterm elections and 1024 days until the 2016 Iowa Caucuses. 

Bob Bernick thinks Gov. Gary Herbert already telegraphed his intentions on HB76 [Utah Policy].

Sen. Mike Lee is one of three Republicans to vote against sending Sally Jewell’s nomination to head the Interior Department to the full Senate [TribuneDeseret News].

The Utah County GOP is poised to debate changes to their platform on immigration policy [Tribune].

West Valley City officials say they still have confidence in that city’s police department despite a number of controversies that have surfaced lately [Tribune].

Officials think they can bring in millions of dollars of revenue from selling the naming rights for the new performing arts center in downtown Salt Lake City [Tribune].

A federal judge issues a number of rulings in Utah’s favor regarding a dispute over roads in rural areas [Tribune].

Utah’s first health insurance co-op is ready to start competing against other big insurers [Tribune].

A California company says they are set to start oil production from a tar sands site near the Colorado state line [Tribune].

The Ogden School District wants a property tax hike to pay for maintenance on two swimming pools owned by the district [Standard-Examiner].

A group of feminists call on the LDS Church to give the priesthood to women [Fox 13].