Utahns don't know much about Gov. Herbert's Healthy Utah plan. Utah's Congressional delegation not sure they want to give Obama a "blank check" to fight ISIL. Chaffetz says Romney still eyeing a 2016 run.
50 days to the 2014 midterm election
133 days until the opening day of the 2015 Utah Legislature
414 days to the 2015 election
490 days to the 2016 Iowa Caucuses (tentative)
785 days until the 2016 presidential election
Monday's top-10 headlines:
Our latest poll shows Utahns don't know much about Gov. Herbert's Healthy Utah plan, but they like it more than Medicaid expansion [Utah Policy].
Utah's members of Congress are wary of giving President Obama unfettered power to combat ISIL [Tribune].
An analysis shows Utah state agencies have amassed an impressive stockpile of military weaponry [Tribune].
Hillary Clinton sparks 2016 chatter with an apperance in Iowa [NBC News].
Rep. Jason Chaffetz says Mitt Romney continues to mull a possible run for president in 2016 [Deseret News].
Reaction from parents at an elementary school where a teacher accidentially shot herself is mixed [Tribune].
The Salt Lake County Republican Party has filed a complaint against County Sheriff Jim Winder for campaign violations [Tribune].
Utah's prison population is growing mostly due to an increase in non-violent criminals and sex offenders [Tribune].
The proposed Sugar House Streetcar expansion fails to win funding from the federal government [Tribune].
Another write-in candidate joins the race for a Utah County Commission seat [Daily Herald].
On this day in history:
1776 – British forces occupied New York City during the American Revolution.
1950 – United Nations forces landed at Inchon in South Korea during the Korean War.
1963 – Four black girls were killed when a bomb went off during Sunday services at a church in Birmingham, Alabama.
1982 – The first edition of the USA Today newspaper was published.
2001 – President George W. Bush identified Osama bin Laden as the prime suspect in the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.