Local Headlines 2-10-15

Salt Lake Tribune

Op-ed: As SLC golf transitions, don’t forget open space

‘Constantly under attack’: Utah colleges ask for cash to thwart hackers

House delays vote on clean-bus bill

Senate debates civics test for high-school graduation in Utah

Feds say Utah DUI laws not tough enough

Utah House panel OKs bill to fix dispute with California company

Bikes at the drive-thru? City, Legislature at odds

Education budget with $63 million in cuts passes Senate

New Utah science standards put on hold, concerns include evolution and global warming

Rolly: Why are Utah legislators apparently bucking LDS leaders on health care?

Closed-door government in Utah? Proposed House-Senate caucus debated

Three Utah House freshmen are unlike the others

‘Right to try’ meds measure advances

Warrants portray Shurtleff living it up, helping shady friends

Deseret News

Op-ed: Congress should act on Hatch’s I-Squared Act

Marc Hyden: Capital punishment legislation fails to consider real problems

Ralph Hancock: The first freedom — religious freedom — remains fundamental

Editorial: What will happen if Salt Lake City tees up golf course closures?

Editorial: Retirement and entitlement — aging baby boomers facing quite a plight

House passes bill exempting nursing mothers from jury duty

Bill incentivizing early high school graduation gets preliminary Senate approval

Lawmakers say feds may give state more flexibility on Medicaid expansion

College completion could weigh heavily on performance funding for higher education

Lawmaker wants better Internet filtering on school devices

States could share putative father registry information under bill approved by House committee


Openshaw: What is discrimination? It is agency (Daily Herald)

How one legislator is trying to help breastfeeding mothers (Daily Herald)

Should a civics test be required to graduate from high school? (Daily Herald)

Layton lawmaker seeks $2.5 million for new Farmington Bay nature center (Standard-Examiner)

‘Right to try’ bill clears committee and now heads to the House (Standard-Examiner)

State civics test bar raised for high school students (Logan Herald Journal)