ArchiveTen Things You Need to Know for Thursday – April 2, 2015Bryan Schott·April 2, 2015· Share Here's the top news headlines for your Thursday morning. The public won't get much of a chance to see President Obama when he lands in Utah today. White House officials won't say whether Obama will meet with LDS Church leadership. Herbert vetoes five bills. Countdown: Days to the 2015 Utah municipal primary elections – 131 Days to the 2015 election – 215 Days to the 2016 Iowa Caucus (tentative) – 292 Days to the opening day of the 2016 Utah Legislature – 299 Days to the 2016 Utah presidential primary – 454 Days until the 2016 presidential election – 587 Thursday's top-10 headlines: President Barack Obama will visit Utah Thursday and Friday, but he's not holding any public events [Utah Policy, Tribune, Deseret News]. White House officials won't say whether Mr. Obama will meet with LDS Church leaders while in Utah [Utah Policy]. Gov. Gary Herbert vetoes five bills from the 2015 session including one renaming part of I-15 after former House Speaker Becky Lockhart [Utah Policy, Deseret News, Tribune, ABC 4]. Herbert also vetoes a bill making it easier for non-education officials to become public school administrators [Tribune]. Air quality advocates are not happy that Gov. Herbert signed legislation prohibiting the Division of Air Quality from instituting a ban on wood burning [Deseret News]. Here's how Utah's religious liberty legislation is nothing like the controversial law recently passed by Indiana legislators [Deseret News]. About 12,000 Utahns got a shock this week after receiving a letter informing them their Medicaid benefits were being cut off, but state officials say that's not exactly true [KSL]. Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson says he will not sign a controversial religious liberty bill unless lawmakers make changes to the measure [Washington Post]. California Governor Jerry Brown issues that state's first-ever mandatory water use restrictions [NPR]. New Jersey Sen. Robert Menendez is indicted on bribery charges [New York Times]. On this day in history: 1513 – Ponce De Leon landed at what is now St. Augustine, Florida in his search for the Fountain of Youth. 1917 – President Woodrow Wilson asked Congress for a declaration of war against Germany. 1982 – Argentina seized control of the Falkland Islands from Britain. 2005 – Pope John Paul II died at the age of 84.