Local Headlines 1-28-15

Salt Lake Tribune

Editorial: Mormon leaders wisely back LGBT protection law

Rolly: Civics test might challenge Utah lawmakers; bug sweep in the House

Bill requiring citizenship test for Utah students approved by committee

County reaffirms support for ‘Healthy Utah’

Utah lawmaker: All school board elections should be partisan

In major move, Mormon leaders call for statewide LGBT protections

With LDS announcement, is anti-discrimination bill now a slam-dunk?

Lawmakers use Swallow scandal to stall campaign-donation caps

We all can be more civil on LGBT issues, Mormon leader says

Deseret News

Mike Lee: Tax reform shouldn’t penalize single-worker families

Richard Davis: Obama, Congress must negotiate to make higher education more affordable

Michael and Jenet Erickson: Utah businesses need religious freedom bill

Jay Evensen: Will Obama visit Utah? Do we care?

Editorial: Encouraging dialogue taking place concerning corporate tax rate

Lawmakers take first look at public education budget bill

Senate committee passes bill to beef up liquor law enforcement

Bill seeks to improve civic engagement among students

House committee holds bill setting limits on campaign contributions

Index indicates Utah economy thriving

LDS statement could move Utah nondiscrimination, religious freedom debate forward

LDS leaders reemphasize protection of religious freedoms, support for LGBT nondiscrimination laws

Business community supports tax increases for schools, roads

Bill would increase incentives for early high school graduation


Op-ed: Efforts to gut County my Vote about politics, power (Standard-Examiner)

Clinton lawmaker photobombs rally against his firing squad bill (Standard-Examiner)

Anti-death penalty protest takes aim at Ray’s firing squad bill (Standard-Examiner)