ArchiveTen Things You Need to Know for Thursday Morning – August 28, 2014Bryan Schott·August 28, 2014· Share Lawmakers discuss the fight over public lands. Romney teases another run in 2016. A ruling in the fight over Park City Mountain Resort is delayed again. Countdown: 68 days until the 2014 midterm elections 151 days to the opening day of the 2015 Utah Legislature 432 days until the 2015 elections 508 days to the 2016 Iowa Caucuses (tentative) 803 days to the 2016 presidential election Thursday's Top-10 Headlines: Lawmakers meet for the first time to discuss the fight over federal lands in Utah [Utah Policy, Deseret News]. Mitt Romney says he's not running in 2016, but "circumstances can change" [Politico]. A judge postpones a ruling in the dispute over Park City Mountain Resort [Deseret News, Tribune]. 13 LGBT demonstrators who disrupted the Legislature during the 2014 session are now facing charges [Tribune]. A federal judge finalizes his ruling striking down part of Utah's ban against polygamy. Attorney General Sean Reyes is currently deciding whether to appeal [Tribune, Deseret News]. UTA leaders are mulling their next move after a legislative audit raises questions about their business practices [Tribune, Deseret News]. More legal wrangling over a judges ruling that Millard County hold a new election in a disputed County Commission primary race [Tribune]. Richard Davis says Becky Lockhart is the wrong person for the Utah State Superintendent's job [Deseret News]. Consumer confidence is on the rise in Utah [Deseret News]. It was a deadly summer on Utah's roads [Tribune]. On this day in history: 1963 – Dr. Martin Luther King delivered his "I Have a Dream" speech during a civil rights rally in Washington, D.C. 1968 – Police and anti-war demonstrators clashed in the streets of Chicago at the Democratic National Convention. 1981 – John W. Hinckley Jr. pleaded innocent to charges of trying to kill President Ronald Reagan. 2005 – New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin ordered everyone in the city to evacuate ahead of Hurricane Katrina.