Happy Friday!

Democratic lawmakers are seeking beefed up security for congressional representatives following a Trump rally in which crowd members began chanting “send her back.” The rally goers were referring to U.S. Rep. Ilhan Omar, one of four congresswomen of color whom President Donald Trump recently targeted with racist tweets. When reporters asked Omar if she was concerned for her safety, she said she isn’t. “What I’m scared for is the safety for people who share my identity,” she said. [Hill]

Topping the news: Amid pressure from 9/11 victims advocates and first responders, Sen. Mike Lee struck a deal Thursday to allow a vote on his amendment to tweak the legislation to extend the compensation fund for victims of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, a bill that he held up this week. [Trib]

-> A Utah Political Trends Panel poll released Thursday found more than half of Utah voters are dissatisfied with President Donald Trump’s performance in the White House. [Trib] [UtahPolicy] [DNews] [KUTV]

-> During a meeting to discuss the future of the Salt Lake City International Airport, officials estimate the airport will be serving 65% more passengers by 2039. [Trib] [DNews]

Tweets of the day: From @MEPFuller: “Also, Hope Hicks lied to Congress about her and Trump’s involvement with the hush money payment, but please do send more tweets about how ~dashing~ Hope Hicks looks.”

From @jonlovett: “I know this is silly, but man has the DNC given a lot of control to media companies that have very different interests than the party.”

->From @McFaul: “Whenever I read some prudent oped or rational essay on how the United States should lead globally on this or that, I then remember our current president and wonder how on earth can anyone write such prose right now. Trump doesn't want to lead & no one wants to follow him.”

-> From @jpbrammer: “humidity is so immature... like just rain if that’s what you wanna do”

News quiz: Last week, 98% of you knew that Utah wants more state employees to work from home, but only 39% knew that cows are likely killing the world’s most massive living thing: Utah’s Pando aspen grove. Think you kept up with the news this week? Take our quiz to find out. A new one will post every Friday morning. You can find previous quizzes here. If you’re using The Salt Lake Tribune mobile app, click here. [Trib]

Behind the headlines: Tribune reporters Thomas Burr and Bethany Rodgers, and columnist George Pyle, join KCPW’s Roger McDonough to talk about the week’s top stories, including how Utah’s delegation in Washington responded to the president’s racist remarks on Twitter.

Every Friday at 9 a.m., stream “Behind the Headlines” at kcpw.org, or tune in to KCPW 88.3 FM or Utah Public Radio for the broadcast. Join the live conversation by calling (801) 355-TALK.

Also in the news: All four of the U.S. House representatives from Utah, including Democratic Rep. Ben McAdams, voted against a measure that would eventually raise the minimum wage to $15. [Trib] [KUTV]

-> Sen. Mitt Romney and two other Republican senators introduced a bill Thursday which would prevent the U.S. from doing business with a Chinese tech giant that they say poses a national security threat. [DNews]

-> To the surprise of some, Republican Rep. Rob Bishop says he might seek congressional re-election. [DNews]

-> The Utah Psychologist Licensing Board has approved a draft rule that would regulate conversion therapy on LGBTQ children in Utah, prohibiting any effort to change the sexual orientation or gender identity of anyone under 18. [FOX13]

-> Cartoonist Pat Bagley illustrates Sen. Mike Lee prioritizing campaign donors over 9/11 victims. [Trib]

Nationally: Congressional Republicans have urged the president to repudiate the “send her back” chant that emerged at a Trump rally in North Carolina, referring to Somali-born U.S. Rep. Ilhan Omar. Trump said he was “not happy” with the chant. [NYTimes]

-> The House voted to raise the federal minimum wage to $15 by 2025. [NYTimes]

-> Citing human rights abuses, the Trump administration is imposing economic sanctions on two former provincial governors and two militia leaders in Iraq. [NYTimes]

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