Local Headlines 1-28-16

Salt Lake Tribune

Utah mom in hiding, fears losing kids for treating daughter with cannabis oil

Coalition of conservative groups opposes Utah collecting online sales tax

Bill advances to garnish accounts of tax delinquents

Bill seeks to eliminate sales tax on diapers, hygiene items

Tired of Mantua ‘speed trap,’ senator seeks to limit ticket revenue

Utah ranchers renounce federal control of their lands at gathering with ties to Oregon occupation

Longtime Utah Sen. Bob Bennett inducted into Hinckley Hall of Fame

Water funding bill could trickle sales tax to Lake Powell Pipeline

Idea to teach gun safety has some worried about anti-gun propaganda in Utah schools

Proposal to give all Education Fund money back to K-12 could backfire on Utah students

Mike Noel warned Utah woman arrested in Oregon standoff not to go

Officials tell UTA it neglected neighborhood bus service

UTA rewrites ordinances, lowers fines

Utah Senate committee recommends defense attorney for spot on parole board

Utah’s Guv plugs solutions for health care, increases in school funding

Bill would reinstate Utah adoption preference for couples who are not gay

Lawmakers, Utahns wary of Lake Powell Pipeline’s unknown cost

Legislature to consider overhaul of beleaguered UCAT

Poll: A quarter of electorate opposed to Mormon presidential candidate

Deseret News

Dan Liljenquist: Fixing the pharmaceutical market

Jay Evensen: When it comes to Utah lawmakers raising taxes, timing is everything

Editorial: Reducing public access to legislative processes is detrimental to public trust

Lawmakers consider using postal workers to help in disasters

Bill would give GOP majority control of two key legislative committees

State senator proposes to create gun safety program for Utah schools

Ex-Utah Sen. Bob Bennett inducted into Hinckley Institute’s Hall of Fame

It’s year 5 in the fight to end intergenerational poverty

Bill to divert sales tax revenue to water development advances

Red Cross honors Utah lawmaker for performing livesaving CPR on colleague

Pair of air pollution bills prompt flurry of questions

House gives early approval to spend $30M on improving classroom instruction

Utahns ‘have never been stronger,’ Gov. Herbert says in State of the State speech


Layton and Clearfield making plans to spend parks tax revenues (Standard-Examiner)