Bob Bernick writes about how the national Republicans are changing the presidential nomination process to help the eventual nominee have a better chance against the Democratic nominee.
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Today’s Utah political news highlights:
Bob Bernick writes about how the national Republicans are changing the presidential nomination process to help the eventual nominee have a better chance against the Democratic nominee (Utah Policy).
In an essay, LaVarr Webb notes that spouting rhetoric is easy, while governing is hard, and Republicans should talk more realistically if they want to be prepared to actually take over the government (Utah Policy).
Sen. Mike Lee is operating a “shadow party” to develop a conservative reform agenda for Republicans (National Review).
CBS “Face the Nation” host Bob Schieffer says Mitt Romney may run for president for a third time if Jeb Bush decides not to run (Washington Post).
Former GOP Executive Director Ivan DuBois and his wife, Megan, are encouraging Republicans to support gay rights (Tribune).
Want to hunt crows? Utah wildlife officials are considering opening crow-hunting season (Tribune).
A Deseret News editorial supports Gov. Gary Herbert’s proposal to use new methodology to measure school performance (Deseret News).
A Salt Lake Tribune editorial says declining vaccination rates shows that child immunizations should be required, not optional (Tribune).