ArchiveTen Things You Need to Know for Monday – February 9, 2015Bryan Schott·February 9, 2015· Share Utahns favor concealed weapons on campus. Lawmakers propose a gas-tax hike. Two bills seeking to kill the Count My Vote compromise advance to the Senate floor. Countdown: Days to the final day of the 2015 Utah Legislature – 31 Days to the 2015 Utah municipal primary elections – 183 Days to the 2015 election – 267 Days to the 2016 Iowa Caucus (tentative) – 343 Days to the opening day of the 2016 Utah Legislature – 350 Days to the 2016 Utah presidential primary – 505 Days until the 2016 presidential election – 638 Monday's top-10 headlines: 51% of Utahns favor allowing concealed weapons on Utah's public college and university campuses [Utah Policy]. Rep. Curt Oda wants anyone to be able to carry a concealed weapon without a permit as long as there is no bullet in the chamber [Utah Policy, Tribune]. Sen. Kevin Van Tassell is proposing a 10 cents per gallon gas tax hike [Tribune]. Lawmakers advance a pair of bills sponsored by Sen. Scott Jenkins that seek to undo last year's Count My Vote compromise [Deseret News, Tribune]. Lawmakers get ready to brawl over competing Medicaid expansion plans [Utah Policy]. A Senate committee holds Jenkins' bill requiring government to replace older cars with alternative-fuel or high efficiency vehicles [Deseret News]. A report from the University of Utah says Utah's quest to take control of federal lands in the state could backfire on the state [Tribune]. Rep. Merrill Nelson says the state prison should remain in Draper [Utah Policy]. Lawmakers will begin negotiations this week over non-discrimination and religious liberty legislation [Tribune]. Gov. Gary Herbert unveils his review of Common Core saying the state remains in control of its public education [Tribune, Deseret News]. On this day in history: 1825 – The House of Representatives elected John Quincy Adams president after no candidate received a majority of electoral votes. 1861 – The Provisional Congress of the Confederate States of America elected Jefferson Davis president and Alexander H. Stephens vice president. 1950 – Sen. Joseph McCarthy, during a speech in Wheeling, West Virginia, charged that the State Department was riddled with Communists. He never provided any evidence to substantiate his claims. 1964 – The Beatles made their first live American TV appearance on "The Ed Sullivan Show."