Local Headlines 12-2-15

Salt Lake Tribune

Editorial: Once again, the holiday inversion season is a call to action

2300 East to get face-lift through Millcreek

Rolly: He’s baaaack — Swallow operative behind payday-lender PAC

Bush joins Trump, Carson, Cruz to qualify for Utah GOP presidential contest

Utah justices question whether term-limits case is moot

Utahns spend least of all Americans on health care

Pro-Becker email from University of Utah dean could test new election law

Utah business leaders call for investments in preschool, full-day kindergarten and teacher training

SLC gives Planned Parenthood a human rights award; city says it’s not a response to cuts or Utah politics

Reversal: Salt Lake City set to give transition funds to Biskupski

Utah guv says he wants to restore $500K that was cut from liquor agency

Revising history: Proposed education standards favor debate, would bring Utah Studies into 20th century

Deseret News

Richard Davis: Lessons from the life of Olene Walker

Op-ed: The case against the Homeless Commission recommendation

Jay Evensen: Politicians who stand on principle often get crushed

Editorial: Salt Lake City and County are leading an innovative approach to homelessness that looks very promising

Governor proposes pay raise for state liquor store workers, better retail service

Education agenda focused on goals and funding

E-cigarette regulations may be coming down the pipe


Provo Municipal Council ends year with packed agenda (Daily Herald)

Hughes: Education top issue for 2016 Utah Legislature (Standard-Examiner)

Utah lawmakers mull ways to collect Internet sales tax (Standard-Examiner)

Citizen’s Survey outlines county’s strengths, weaknesses (Park Record)