ArchiveTen Things You Need to Know for Monday – October 6, 2014Bryan Schott·October 6, 2014· Share 60% of Utahns want the state to take over control of BLM lands. Oaks urges civility in the battle over same-sex marriage. Shurtleff wants the state to identify witnesses against him. Countdown: Days to the 2014 midterm election – 29 Days until the opening day of the 2015 Utah Legislature – 112 Days to the final day of the 2015 Utah Legislature – 157 Days to the 2015 election – 393 Days to the 2016 Iowa Caucuses (tentative) – 469 Days until the 2016 presidential election – 764 Monday's top-10 headlines: 60% of Utahns think the state should take over administration of BLM-controlled lands within the state's borders [Utah Policy]. A new study says tourism to the state's sagebrush lands generates nearly $60 million annually for Utah's economy [Tribune]. Mormon apostle Dallin H. Oaks urges civility in the fight over same-sex marriage [Tribune]. A patient at Primary Children's Hospital tests negative for Ebola [Deseret News]. Mark Shurtleff wants the state to identify their witnesses in the case against him [Deseret News]. Seven Utah counties are banding together to develop regional projects [Tribune]. Drivers slamming into rail crossing gates costs the Utah Transit Authority $250,000 annually in repairs [Tribune]. Rep. Jason Chaffetz's criticism of Secret Service security lapses are boosting his bid to become chairman of the House Oversight Committee [Tribune]. A rally in downtown Salt Lake City demands accountability for recent officer-involved shootings [Deseret News]. Utah launches an advertising campaign promoting the state's voter-information website [Deseret News]. On this day in history: 1973 – The Yom Kippur War began when Syria and Egypt attacked Israel. 1976 – In a debate with Democratic candidate Jimmy Carter, President Gerald R. Ford asserted there was "no Soviet domination of eastern Europe." 1981 – Egyptian President Anwar Sadat was shot to death by Islamic militants while reviewing a military parade. 1987 – The Senate Judiciary Committee voted 9-5 against the nomination of Robert H. Bork to the Supreme Court.