ArchiveTen Things You Need to Know for Tuesday – December 23, 2014Bryan Schott·December 23, 2014·Last updated:May 4, 2021 Share Jon Huntsman Sr. blasts Sen. Mike Lee. There will be no decision on relocating the prison during the 2015 session. Love picks Piatt as her communications director. Countdown: Days until the opening day of the 2015 Utah Legislature – 34 Days to the final day of the 2015 Utah Legislature – 79 Days to the 2015 Utah municipal primary elections – 231 Days to the 2015 election – 315 Days to the 2016 Iowa Caucus (tentative) – 391 Days until the 2016 presidential election – 686 Tuesday's top-10 headlines: Jon Huntsman Sr. does not mince words when talking about Sen. Mike Lee, calling him an "embarrassment" and refusing to meet with him [Utah Policy, Tribune]. There will be no decision on relocating the prison during the 2015 Legislative Session [Utah Policy, Deseret News, Tribune]. There's a chance the prison may not move at all [Tribune]. Our latest poll shows Republicans and members of the LDS Church really disagree with President Obama on immigration [Utah Policy]. Mia Love names veteran TV journalist Richard Piatt as her communications director [Utah Policy, Deseret News, Tribune]. Gas prices dip below $2 a gallon in some parts of Utah [Daily Herald]. North Korea suffers a massive internet outage [Bloomberg]. Oklahoma is set to resume executions via lethal injection [New York Times]. Zions Bank celebrates winning a prestigious award from the Department of Defense [Utah Policy]. A federal court says a UDOT policy requiring groups wanting to hold demonstrations along state-owned roads to buy insurance is unconstitutional [Tribune]. On this day in history: 1783 – George Washington resigned as commander-in-chief of the Army and retired to his home at Mount Vernon, Va. 1788 – Maryland passed an act to cede a parcel of land for the seat of the national government, part of which later became the District of Columbia. 1968 – 82 members of the U.S. ship Pueblo were released by North Korea, 11 months after they were captured. 1997 – A federal jury in Denver convicted Terry Nichols of involuntary manslaughter and conspiracy for his role in the Oklahoma City bombing.