Local Headlines 7-20-15

Salt Lake Tribune

Rolly: State leaders do what they say the feds should not

Op-ed: Salt Lake is growing as a player in international trade

Op-ed: Public Lands Initiative is successfully building a lasting plan

Editorial: Put prison where it’s best for people who go there

Editorial: Jackie Biskupski the best choice for mayor

Utah officials, lawmakers join anti-monument push

Ramp meters could be coming to all Salt Lake County freeways

In Salt Lake County government, mix of business and politics preceded embezzlement investigation

Lehi, high-tech companies say Utah owes them better highway, train line

School’s out for the summer? Not for thousands of ambitious or catching-up Utah students

Utah guv asks attorney general to probe BLM’s closure of Recapture Canyon road

Utah regulators still OK with contentious tar-sands mine expansion, but will require water monitoring

Deseret News

Frank Pignanelli & LaVarr Webb: Utah’s political nerds now have reasons to ‘geek out’

Op-ed: Because we’re all dependent, Utah should pass health care reform

Op-ed: Supreme Court’s Obergefell decision threatens American democracy

Editorial: Mountain Accord is a display of prudent land planning and cooperative effort among many stakeholders

‘Especially strong’: Utah economy gaining momentum

State orders tar sands mining operation to monitor groundwater

‘Conceptual framework’ on Medicaid expansion announced

Utah Supreme Court halts effort to launch referendum to keep prison in Draper

Herbert calls for more protection of Guard facilities following Tennessee rampage


Patriotism and voting patterns across generations in Utah County (Daily Herald)

Political PACs packing a punch in Davis cities (Standard-Examiner)

All quiet in this year’s county external audit (Logan Herald Journal)