ArchiveTen Things You Need to Know Today – Wednesday, February 10, 2016Bryan Schott·February 10, 2016· Share Good Wednesday morning from Salt Lake City. There are 325 days left in 2016. Trump and Sanders cruise in New Hampshire. A sneaky attempt to change the “Count My Vote” compromise stalls on Utah’s Capitol Hill. Medical marijuana could be headed to the ballot. The clock: Ten days to the Nevada Democratic Caucuses and South Carolina Republican Primary (2/20/2016) 13 days to the Nevada Republican Caucuses (2/23/2016) 17 days to the South Carolina Democratic Primary (2/27/2016) 32 days to the final day of the 2016 Utah Legislature – (3/10/2016) 44 days to the Utah Republican and Democratic caucus meetings (3/22/2016) 76 days to the Utah Republican and Democratic State Conventions (4/23/2016) 142 days to the 2016 Utah primary election – (6/28/2016) 159 days to the 2016 Republican National Convention in Cleveland (7/18/2016) 166 days to the 2016 Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia (7/25/2016) 275 days until the 2016 presidential election – (11/8/2016) Wednesday’s top-10 headlines: Donald Trump wins the GOP contest in New Hampshire while Bernie Sanders crushes Hillary Clinton [Politico, The Hill, New York Times, Washington Post]. New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, who finished in sixth place in New Hampshire, is heading home to reassess his campaign [The Hill, New York Times]. President Barack Obama submits a $4.1 trillion budget proposal to Congress [CNN]. The Utah House beats back an attempt to gut the “Count My Vote” compromise [Utah Policy]. Utah’s new signature route to the primary ballot is proving quite popular with incumbents [Utah Policy]. Proposed legislation creates a body tasked with coming up with a development plan for the land after the Utah State Prison is moved away from the Point of the Mountain [Deseret News]. Backers of medical marijuana consider putting the question on the ballot for voters [Tribune]. Sen. David Hinkins says his so-called “constitutional carry” bill will not see the light of day during the 2016 session. Gov. Gary Herbert has vetoed the bill twice in the last three years [Tribune]. Don’t expect much movement on Medicaid expansion this year [Utah Policy]. The Utah Senate misses the deadline to approve next year’s base budget by four minutes [Tribune]. Sen. Steve Urquhart introduces legislation to abolish the death penalty in Utah [Tribune]. On this day in history: 1763 – The Treaty of Paris ended the Seven Years’ War between Britain and Spain and the French and Indian War, with France ceding Quebec to Great Britain. 1846 – Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints began an exodus west from Illinois. 1949 – Arthur Miller’s play “Death of a Salesman” opened on Broadway. 1962 – Captured U-2 spy plane pilot Francis Gary Powers was returned to the United States by Russia in exchange for Soviet spy Rudolf Abel. 1967 – The 25th Amendment to the Constitution, dealing with presidential disability and succession, went into effect.