Local Headlines 6-16-14

Salt Lake Tribune

Rolly: Cantor’s defeat means we should give Lee money

Op-ed: ‘Bean-counting bureaucrats’ at BLM are locking up Utah’s future

Editorial: State should heed county’s Medicaid advice

With no funding, Utah clean-air panel dies as smog lives on

Wells to rails: Utah may build $2 billion line to ship oil

Herbert: Feds ‘receptive’ to my Medicaid plan

Tea party is dead — long live the tea party

Utah BLM tries contraception to rein in wild horse population

Utah ‘high risk’ oil wells among those left uninspected

Lawyer wanting to film divorce cases prompts Utah courts to yell ‘cut’

What did Utah kids think of new state tests?

Deseret News

Frank Pignanelli & LaVarr Webb: Examining the implications of the Eric Cantor upset

Joe Andrade: Advanced energy and the governor’s summit

John Florez: Utah State School Board should take the heat

Editorial: A welcome change from California on teacher tenure rules

Editorial: Efforts to remove electronic devices from courtrooms should be promptly squelched

Editorial: The best fix for excessive student loan debt is better information about colleges and costs

Romney says it again: ‘I’m not running’

Salt Lake City a partner in campaign to house 100K chronically homeless Americans

Governor Gary Herbert wants Medicaid expansion in place by January

Tax or fee? Cities face key decisions on future of UTOPIA


County attorney race: Focusing on past cases (Daily Herald)

County attorney race: Experience vs. Change (Daily Herald)

County government impacts everyday life (Daily Herald)

Layton moves to next step with UTOPIA (Standard-Examiner)

Park City the backdrop for GOP politics (Park Record)