Dozens of overlooked nuggets are buried deep inside Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s 448-page report that raise intriguing questions about Russia’s meddling in the 2016 election and shed new light on charges Mueller considered and dropped, who evaded Mueller’s attempts to secure an interview — and why a Russian Olympic weightlifter ended up on the special counsel’s radar. [POLITICO]

Happy Tuesday.

Topping the news: Utah law requires Grand County officials to spend a large portion of their annual transient room tax money on tourism. But county leaders want more flexibility in the law that directs counties to spend at least 47 percent of those funds on tourism promotion so they could have more freedom to decide where to spend the money. [Trib]

-> Utah’s top Latino leaders are weighing in on the national debate over a question on next year’s census asking whether the respondent is a U.S. citizen, cautioning that it could cause large numbers of undocumented immigrants, refugees and others to opt out and could cost the state millions in federal funds. [Trib]

-> As government and environmental leaders celebrated passage of a bill that creates a framework for cities to work with Rocky Mountain Power toward providing 100 percent renewable energy by the year 2030, some Salt Lake City mayoral candidates criticized the timeline as not aggressive enough. [Trib]

Tweets of the day: @GovHerbert: “This year, the Utah Legislature put $29 million toward improving our air quality. On this Earth Day, I was glad to ceremonially sign 15 bills that will make real progress toward cleaning up our air. #utpol @utahsenate @UtahReps @UtahDEQ

-> @betterutah: “One question we always ask ourselves when looking through a new bill: "What problem is this fixing?" The second question we ask: "Who stands to gain?" #utpol

Happy Birthday: to Alisia Essig.

In the news: After Grantsville Mayor Brent Marshall was accused of aggressive behavior by staff members and city residents, an investigative report found his actions violated the city’s employee code. [Trib] [DNews]

-> Howard Schultz, former Starbucks CEO and independent candidate for the 2020 presidential election, is postponing a visit to Utah where he’d planned to make stops across the state and host a series of town halls. [Trib]

-> The former head of the Utah Department of Veteran Affairs is pushing for the U.S. census to include a question about veterans next year, saying current counts are likely missing a significant number of people in the population. [APviaTrib]

-> Tribune columnist Robert Gehrke condemns copycat legislation — identical bills that pass from state to state — and suggested Utah lawmakers consider implementing a new rule that would require legislators to be transparent about where they acquire each bill. [Trib]

-> Tribune cartoonist Pat Bagley depicts U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos doing her part in the student debt crisis. [Trib]

Nationally: Sen. Kamala Harris, a candidate for president, joined fellow Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren in calling for President Donald Trump’s impeachment in the wake of the release of special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election. [Politico] [WaPost]

-> But House Speaker Nancy Pelosi wrote a letter to Congressional Democrats pushing back against calls to begin the impeachment process, while vowing to use the full extent of her power to “uncover the truth” of the president’s “highly unethical and unscrupulous behavior” in his alleged attempts to obstruct justice. [Politico] [NYTimes] [WaPost]

-> Warren, a 2020 candidate for president, introduced a proposal Monday targeting student debt that would cancel $640 billion of such debts and relieve in part the 42 million borrowers, according to her campaign. [Politico] [NYTimes]

-> Trump sued Elijah Cummings, House Oversight and Reform chairman, in an attempt to block a subpoena to obtain the president’s financial records. [Politico] [WaPost]

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-- Taylor Stevens and Sahalie Donaldson