Happy Monday! While several states, Utah included, have passed laws further restricting abortion, many Republicans and President Donald Trump have come out against Alabama’s new law that curtails any abortion after eight weeks with no exception for rape or incest. [WaPost]

Topping the news: Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes is investigating why police shot 19 people in 2018, the highest number on record according to Salt Lake Tribune records. [Trib]

-> Utah Republican Sen. Mitt Romney said a Republican congressman’s call for President Donald Trump’s impeachment was “courageous,” but that the evidence isn’t there yet. [Trib]

-> Rep. Ben McAdams, Utah’s only Democratic congressman, voted for the Equality Act, which bars discrimination based on gender identity or sexual orientation. Utah’s other House members voted against it. [Trib]

Tweets of the day: From @jim_dabakis: “Men Cause 100% of Unwanted Pregnancies. As a mother of six and a Mormon, I have a good understanding of arguments surrounding abortion. I’m often left with the thought that men have zero interest in stopping abortion.”

-> From @SpencerJCox: “One of my goals when I became Lt. Governor was to increase voter turnout. I’m so grateful to legislators and county clerks that helped to make this happen. But mostly I’m grateful to all voters — new and old. The world is run by those who show up!”

-> From @chrismurphyCT: “Before Trump told the Pentagon he didn’t want war, the Pentagon told HIM not to cancel the nuclear agreement and not to name the IRGC as a terrorist group bc it might lead to war. This is on the President and no one else.”

Happy Birthday: To state Rep. Joel Ferry, R-Brigham City.

Also in the news: State Rep. Patrice Arent, D-Millcreek, is being treated for multiple myeloma, a cancer that affects a person’s plasma cells, according to a post on her Facebook page. [Trib]

-> Sen. Jake Anderegg, R-Lehi, opposed Gov. Gary Herbert’s appointment of appointment of Salt Lake City Councilwoman Erin Mendenhall to the state's Air Quality Board, a move critics say was a political shot at one of Sen. Luz Escamilla’s opponents in the Salt Lake City mayoral race. [DNews]

-> Sen. Mitt Romney said Alabama’s recently passed abortion law is too strict. [KUTV]

-> A southern Utah school district is disciplining students for sharing a “racist,” “repulsive” photo via snapchat. [FOX13]

-> Pat Bagley depicts the conflict between Iran and the United States. [Trib]

Nationally: The Republican National Committee accepted hundreds of thousands in donations from Steve Wynn, who recently stepped down as an executive of his company after allegations of sexual assault and harassment dating back decades. [NYTimes]

-> Breaking with his party, Rep. Justin Amash, R-Mich., called for President Trump’s impeachment. [NYTimes]

-> Staff at Deutsche Bank say they saw “suspicious activity” related to money laundering in bank accounts run by President Trump and his son-in-law Jared Kushner. [NYTimes]

-> The Trump administration says it will release its long-awaited “Middle East peace” plan in June. [WaPost]

-> Trump is rushing to stack federal courts with as many conservative judges as possible before 2020, in hopes that judicial nominees will carry a second-term win. [Politico]

-> Beto O’Rourke has stacked his 2020 presidential campaign with former members of the Obama and Clinton campaign teams. [Politico]

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-- Thomas Burr and Alison Berg