Local Headlines 9-17-15

Salt Lake Tribune

Editorial: Draper’s car-dealer incentive is a real cream puff

Becker courts Republicans; Biskupski grabs support from labor groups

From essays to employment: Utah college awarded for jobs-focused arts, humanities courses

Utah air-quality department opens power-plant permit for review on heels of Sierra Club lawsuit

Hale Centre Theatre shows what’s behind the curtain of its future facility

Fewer people are without health insurance — is it the Obamacare effect?

Deseret News

Sen. Orrin Hatch: Strengthening religious liberty by extending opportunities to religious workers

Jay Evensen: How the prison could help Salt Lake City, and why you don’t need to breathe to be happy

Op-ed: Say no to Medicaid expansion

Conn Carroll: Another look at Sen. Lee’s work

Dan Liljenquist: Testing the ‘beneficiaries pay’ theory of medicaid expansion

Jay Evensen: Computers aren’t helping schools succeed

Editorial: Celebrating a most remarkable document on Constitution Day

Education reports: See Utah’s highest and lowest school grades

State revenues exceed projections

Census: Senior women have higher poverty rate than elderly men


Utah County leaders discuss growth trends (Daily Herald)

Op-ed: The facts of our library proposal (Standard-Examiner)

Editorial: Fighting for free speech in Farmington (Standard-Examiner)

Local schools improving, say state and federal reports (Logan Herald Journal)