Local Headlines 1-15-16

Salt Lake Tribune

Editorial: Utah politicians leading fight for sales tax fairness

Editorial: Lotteries hurt the poor, but not as badly as Utah’s tax system

Rolly: Protesters want feds to leave them alone, and cut a check

Biskupski names Mike Reberg SLC public utilities director

Utah lawmaker got a hefty pay raise for waging lands fight, tax record shows

Group promoting women in politics holds session Saturday

Oil company wants to drill in Utah’s popular Uinta Mountains

Deseret News

Jay Evensen: Make politics more civil? The forces at work are too large

Greg Bell: IDEAS: Their remarkable power

Editorial: A new health care service improves access to care and cuts costs at the same time

State GOP leader, ex-lawmaker to head Ted Cruz campaign team in Utah

John Swallow says FEC trying to ‘heap on’ allegations against him

Tad Walch: At BYU, conservative Jew says U.S. political debate could use a Family Home Evening

Should Utah welcome the endangered Mexican wolf?

Utahns narrowly pick Trump over Clinton in new poll


Editorial: Commission must be mindful about representing residents (Daily Herald)

Morgan Philpot announces run for Utah State Senate seat (Daily Herald)

New Utah Women’s Coalition backing breastfeeding, parental leave legislation (Standard-Examiner)

Conservative group urges Utah lawmakers to delay carbon emission reduction plans (Standard-Examiner)

Conservationists howl for Mexican wolf protection in Utah (Standard-Examiner)

Sen. Hillyard addresses state budget and prisoner rehab at County Council meeting (Logan Herald Journal)

Board of health cautious on medical marijuana benefits (Logan Herald Journal)