- Capitol Hill sources say legislators should unveil their non-discrimination and religious liberty proposals later this week [Utah Policy].
- Utah legislators are now taking applications from outside lawyers tho want to aid the state in the fight over control of public lands [Tribune].
- Senators kill a bill allowing the state to adopt tougher clean-air standards than those set by the federal government [Deseret News].
- A Senate panel approves a bill clamping down on anonymous campaign donations [Deseret News].
- A Senate committee holds a measure banning those under the age of 19 from entering tobacco shops on concerns it may set up some unintended consequences [Utah Policy, Tribune].
- Lobbyists may ditch wearing nametags under a proposed bill approved by a Senate committee on Monday [Tribune].
- A bill requiring new drivers to take an additional written test before getting their license wins final approval and now heads to the governor [Tribune].
- The House passes a measure giving teachers a modest tax credit for buying classroom supplies with their own money [Tribune].
Kudos to the fine folks at Utah Policy, for doing all the footwork.