Local Headlines 9-30-15

Salt Lake Tribune

Chris Herrod: Why is Kim Davis held to letter of law, but not immigrants?

Editorial: Utah fraud cases needlessly complicated by federal lawyers

Ann Romney opens up about battle with MS in new book

Legislator seeks to rein in possible speed-trap ruse in Utah

Legislator seeks to restore budget cut to Utah liquor agency

Rolly: Guilty or innocent? Depends on political office

Utah’s Chaffetz says Planned Parenthood raises enough money to not need federal funds

Mia Love spent $83k on mass mailings, communications in first six months

Designs take flight for rebuild of Utah’s biggest airport

Salt Lake County gives out $1.8 million in ZAP-funded grants

Disabled-rights group blocks Utah governor’s office

Leaders roll out latest plan to provide health care to Utah’s poor

EPA’s new rules aim to curb pollution, and Utah is ahead of the curve

Deseret News

Op-ed: Refugees are welcome in Utah

Richard Davis: Utah needs leadership in education funding

Jay Evensen: Utah’s canceled elections are a bad sign

Editorial: John Boehner will be missed

New initiative creates incentives for Utah prison inmates to get out early

Dabakis headed to D.C. for monument push

Disability rights group stages protest outside governor’s office

Federal judge halts Herbert directive to cut off Planned Parenthood funds

Former South Jordan City Council candidate sues councilman for defamation after bribery allegations

Ann Romney writes about finding hope, increasing faith and fighting MS

New Medicaid expansion plan unveiled to lawmakers


Op-ed: Attacks on Blue Sky Program are inaccurate (Standard-Examiner)

Cool and hip Ogden attracting influx of young entrepreneurs (Standard-Examiner)

Park City School District could increase taxes if bond fails (Park Record)