Local Headlines 5-26-15

Salt Lake Tribune

Op-ed: Death penalty is unfair, costly and an ineffective deterrent

Op-ed: Supplements are regulated and safe, despite HBO’s claims

Rolly: GOP Count My Vote foes lost big at Davis Convention

Op-ed: Society must view drug abuse differently if it wants to deter it

Op-ed: We need Healthy Utah to address addiction epidemic

Editorial: Reyes should return 1-800 Contacts donation

Mayor Becker: Alleged harassment at police department ‘simply unacceptable’

Uinta Basin’s waxy crude a boon and a boondoggle

Deseret News

Frank Pignanelli & LaVarr Webb: Mediocre ‘favorability’ ratings hint at Utah’s varied attitudes toward Congress

John Florez: Politicans who disregard public interest can try snack-machine lawmaking

Op-ed: Trade promotion authority would expand Utah’s economy

Op-ed: Prison relocation study is being misrepresented

Derek B. Miller: Politics may end up costing U.S. a place in key global trade agreements

Drew Clark: Congress should modernize highway funding with ‘chips,’ not ‘concrete’

Editorial: Your future Utah needs your input now — participate in Envision Utah’s online projections

Utah jobless rate holds steady at 3.4 percent

Sen. Mike Lee pushing for vote on USA Freedom Act

3 veteran officers preparing sex harassment lawsuit against Salt Lake City

Some east Salt Lake residents demand more officers, say they feel unsafe

Mayor responds to pending harassment lawsuit by 3 Salt Lake officers

Gov. Herbert stepping up pressure on GOP to settle ‘civil war’


Op-ed: Why I voted against Healthy Utah, and why I will likely do so again (Daily Herald)

Utah soon enforcing new felony and misdemeanor laws (Standard-Examiner)

State legislators meet to discuss the future of education (Standard-Examiner)

Pleasant View council wants transportation tax on ballot (Standard-Examiner)