Local Headlines 6-8-15

Salt Lake Tribune

Op-ed: Death penalty would do nothing to deter sex trafficking

Rolly: GOP is not out of the Count-My-Vote woods yet

Op-ed: On-the-range fertility control is best solution for wild horses

Op-ed: Salt Lake City shouldn’t rush parks bond election to November ballot

Editorial: SLC should look at small, intra-city bus system

Rolly: Called to serve and seek election? Utah party sees way to get Mormons in office

Deadline on train safety a challenge for UTA

Utah lab that shipped anthrax has a long history with the disease and weapon

Perfect score on ACT just isn’t what it used to be as more Utah students rack up 36s

Business as usual? A.G. Reyes’ campaign donations raise conflict-of-interest questions

Mormon rivals: Mitt Romney and Jon Huntsman move from friendship to bitter feud

Deseret News

Frank Pignanelli & LaVarr Webb: For springtime, we stop to smell the political roses

Sen. Mike Lee: Elder L. Tom Perry — booming through the world

John Florez: Ending sexual harassment requires leadership

Op-ed: Incumbency carries incredible advantage in re-election

Editorial: Supreme Court deserves credit for defending religious liberty

EPA: Fracking not source of widespread water contamination

Group seeks term limits on executive branch officeholders, appointees

Lee changing perceptions with bipartisan efforts on spying bill

Virtue and vice: What to make of Utah’s lowest-in-nation per-pupil funding rank

What’s the impact of climate change on Utah? Study will try to find out


Editorial: Prison decision: Serious decision demands serious action (Daily Herald)

Utah County’s estimated 1.1 million by 2040 spurs transportation planning (Daily Herald)

BRT petitioners claim to have received at least 14,000 of 18,000 signatures (Daily Herald)

Lee, Hatch say sage grouse protection will hurt military (Standard-Examiner)

White House report touts benefits of Utah expanding Medicaid (Standard-Examiner)

Questions abound as Mountain Accord discussions continue (Park Record)

Andy Beerman starts City Council re-election bid (Park Record)