ArchiveTen Things You Need to Know for Thursday – March 26, 2015Bryan Schott·March 26, 2015· Share Good Thursday Morning. A new poll shows Utahns don't trust the federal government. Meetings over Medicaid expansion will be closed. Herbert signs prison relocation bill. Countdown: Days to the 2015 Utah municipal primary elections – 138 Days to the 2015 election – 222 Days to the 2016 Iowa Caucus (tentative) – 298 Days to the opening day of the 2016 Utah Legislature – 305 Days to the 2016 Utah presidential primary – 460 Days until the 2016 presidential election – 593 Thursday's top-10 headlines: A new UtahPolicy.com survey finds Utahns really don't trust the federal government [Utah Policy]. A report shows retirement benefits for Utah Transit Authority executives are higher than normal [Tribune, Deseret News]. Gov. Gary Herbert's office says the meetings to resolve the Medicaid expansion impasse will be closed to the public [Deseret News]. Critics worry Utah's reinstating of the firing squad will have a negative impact on the state's image [Associated Press]. Gov. Herbert signs a number of bills including one to finalize the process for relocating the prison [ABC 4, Tribune]. Salt Lake County Mayor Ben McAdams wants to use part of a proposed ZAP-tax bond in 2016 to pay for maintenance of county facilities [Tribune]. Health officials warn of a whooping cough outbreak in the Park City School District [KSL]. A group of BYU graduates claim the school is discriminating against students who leave the LDS faith [ABC 4]. President Obama is set to announce a new proposed restrictions on payday lending and other short-term high-interest loans [Huffington Post]. Television ratings show Fox 13 is tops among local news viewers, followed by 2 News and KSL [Tribune]. On this day in history: 1830 – The Book of Mormon was published. 1953 – Dr. Jonas Salk announced he had successfully tested a vaccine against polio. 1979 – Israel and Egypt signed a peace treaty at the White House, ending 30 years of hostilities. 1997 – The bodies of 39 members of the Heaven's Gate cult who had committed suicide were found inside a mansion in California.