Local Headlines 3-9-16

Salt Lake Tribune

Op-ed: Parents who don’t vaccinate need the knowledge HB221 would provide

Editorial: Fetal-pain bill will only cause pain

Utah bigamy bill has polygamists pointing fingers at LDS Church

Utah lawmakers adopt public education budget with 3 percent bump in per-student funding

Legislature plans in-depth study of UTA management

Chaffetz wants to get rid of BLM, Forest Service law enforcement agencies

Amended Rocky Mountain Power bill moves forward as opponents go neutral

Johnson for Governor campaign alleges election fraud

$800,000 study endorsed to study developing Point of the Mountain

Salt Lake County Council mum about Recorder Gary Ott

Senate turns ‘non-compete’ bill on its head

Utah passes bill allowing those with deep pockets to pay for scientific review of proposed water-quality rules

Bill to eliminate death penalty barely survives House committee

Fetal anesthesia bill closer to becoming law in Utah

Effort to tax Internet in Utah beaten back by mommy bloggers

Deseret News

Richard Davis: Why are Republicans voting for Donald Trump?

Op-ed: Let’s take a breather on HB251: A blueprint for study

Op-ed: Where we are and what Snowbird in American Fork Canyon really is

Jay Evensen: Utah’s GOP caucus will be online, but don’t expect Internet voting to take hold elsewhere

Chris Stewart: The Zika virus: Good intentions gone awry

Editorial: Utah’s SB54 positive step to increase voter participation in Utah

Sen. Stuart Adams’ Rocky Mountain Power bill survives committee hearing

Governor, lawmakers might leave Utah election law decision to judge

Lawmakers turn down funding for after-school programs, early kindergarten

Substitute bill could make school truancy a class C misdemeanor for parents

Senator unveils stripped down bill regulating noncompete contracts

Lawmakers put finishing touches on education budget

Fetal anesthesia bill advances in House committee

Death penalty bill advances to House floor

Lawmakers advance gun safety proposal for Utah students

Chaffetz wants to take guns away from ‘Rambo’ BLM, Forest Service agents

Senate supports House GOP Medicaid expansion bill

Council holds closed-door meeting amid concerns about county recorder

Bill to remove SAGE from evaluations would give more power to Utah teachers

Gov. Herbert cautions there may not be a presidential debate in Salt Lake


Medical marijuana bill SB 73’s failure to advance leaves Utahns disappointed (Standard-Examiner)

Legislators, candidates brace for judge’s ruling on signature-gathering (Standard-Examiner)

Bill regulating asbestos claims clears House (Standard-Examiner)

Medical marijuana advocate Mark Madsen retiring from Utah Legislature (Standard-Examiner)

Principal: Sky View choir’s presence at Utah Capitol rally ‘right place, wrong time’ (Logan Herald Journal)