Local Headlines 5-13-15

Salt Lake Tribune

Op-ed: Trade agreements would boost Utah products internationally

Editorial: A good choice for Utah’s environment

Utah’s Hatch, Obama line up on trade authority agreement

Utah Libertarians become first ‘qualified party’ under new election law

More criticism for anti-gay marriage brief signers, this time at Utah State University

Utah conference to tout the ‘natural family’ — LGBT groups plan more inclusive gathering

Prison meetings won’t take public comment, designed to sell Utah prison move

IRS Criminal Investigation: A unit that targets financial crimes in Utah

Rolly: So will Utah lawmakers help a sick child left uncovered by their inaction?

Two top Utah school officials fired by state superintendent, school board

U.S. still biggest kid on the block, former British prime minister tells Utah crowd

Utah GOP plans to move toward complying with new election law

Charges fly between two top elected Utah Democrats

Deseret News

Richard Davis: Considering data from recent Pew study, what is the future of organized religion?

Jay Evensen: How many laws do we really need, and should we support the NSA to save local jobs?

Editorial: We welcome an audit showing the true costs, benefits and projections for the Draper prison site

World Congress of Families heading to Salt Lake City in the fall

Former British prime minister in Utah to tout global economic opportunities

U.S. Chamber commercials target Rep. Stewart

Salt Lake councilman giving up seat for relationship with councilwoman

Report: Utah leads nation in high school graduation gains for minorities

New Utah law raises landlord concerns over transgender tenants


Orem tentative budget presented to council for review (Daily Herald)

Utah moves forward with suicide prevention (Standard-Examiner)

Despite $8 million budget, Riverdale city job lost (Standard-Examiner)

Bill overhauls criminal justice system (Park Record)