Happy Monday!

Congressional Democrats are urging tech companies like Facebook and Twitter to prevent misinformation about the 2020 census from running rampant on their platforms and possibly throwing off the count. Some lawmakers are concerned that online trolls might sow falsehoods to keep minorities from filling out census forms, potentially giving disproportionate representation to rural whites. [Politico]

Topping the news: Take a look at the biggest campaign donors to each of Utah’s six members of Congress. [Trib]

-> Frustrations spill out in San Juan County over the new Navajo-majority County Commission and its friction with residents from Blanding and Monticello. [Trib] [KUER]

-> The Bureau of Land Management’s plan would open thousands of acres to mining and drilling in the areas that President Donald Trump stripped from the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument. [Trib] [APviaDNews]

Tweets of the day: From @cindymccain: “365 days without you, John. America lost its most well-known Maverick and we lost our rock. Everyday, we celebrate and honor you by living out #ActsOfCivility.”

-> From @lrozen: “Over/under that at G7 Trump hosts next year, Putin jumps out of a cake.”

-> From @RealSheriffJoe: “Thousands want me to run for Sheriff. Today Aug 25 announcing run for Sheriff Important day for me. Wife's Birthday & Pres Trump Pardoned me. Ready for bruising, bitter campaign. Never back down.”

-> From @washingtonpost: “Dairy Queen burgers are not made of human flesh, county coroner is forced to confirm”

Also in the news: Single-room occupancy housing could return to Salt Lake City under the leadership of either of the two candidates for mayor, they say during a weekend debate. [Trib]

-> There’s a real whodunit behind a negative flyer in the West Jordan mayor’s race. [Trib]

-> Rep. John Curtis says you can have gay rights and religious liberty at the same time, and he believes Utah has the right formula. [Trib]

-> Utah is spending $2.5 million monthly more than it would have if lawmakers hadn’t repealed and replaced voter-approved full-scale Medicaid expansion. [Trib]

-> A man who was among the first black slaves in Utah territory is given a marker and a memorial service in Salt Lake City Cemetery 157 years after his death. [Trib] [DNews]

-> The U.S.-Mexican border crisis is reaching a tipping point. [DNews]

-> The United National Civil Society Conference is expected to bring 6,000 people to Salt Lake City, many of them young. [DNews]

-> The conference will cause traffic problems in downtown Salt Lake City. [Fox13]

-> A 31-year-old man was shot and killed by a police officer in the West Valley City Hall during a DUI-related altercation. [Trib] [Fox13]

-> A U.S. Forest Service official decries the illegal trails and trash that have come to light in the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest. [StandEx]

-> John Thompson, of Ogden, was eliminated in that city’s mayoral primary — it was the 10th straight loss for him in electoral politics. [StandEx]

-> Cartoonist Pat Bagley draws a cartoon inspired by Trump’s offer to help Brazil with its forest fires. [Trib]

Nationally: President Donald Trump signaled his regret at raising tariffs on China during the G7 summit only to have the White House later clarify that he regretted not raising them higher. [WaPost] [NYTimes]

-> Talk-show host and former Congressman Joe Walsh said he will challenge Trump for the Republican nomination, calling the commander-in-chief “incompetent,” a “bigot” and “a narcissist.” [WaPost]

-> Hong Kong police used water cannons and drew pistols and at least one officer fired into the air as protesters there charged police with sticks, bricks and firebombs. [NYTimes]

-> A new initiative by Trump allies will take the next step in trying to undermine the credibility of mainstream media deemed hostile to the White House by leaking social media posts potentially damaging to individual journalists’ reputations. [NYTimes]

-> Internal emails show the frustrations of Department of Veterans Affairs officials subjected to what they said were “ridiculous” questions by and policy recommendations by three Mar-a-Lago club members. [CNN]

-> President Trump said his recent remark about being the “chosen one” was sarcasm, and reporters knew or should have known that. [Politico]

-> Sen. Lindsey Graham, who has become a close ally of the president, warned him on a Sunday talk show not to withdraw all troops from Afghanistan. [Politico]

-> Thousands of tourists were potentially exposed to measles earlier this month at Disneyland, Los Angeles International Airport and other Los Angeles area locales, and health officials are urging travelers to watch for symptoms. [LATimes]

-> The controversial tough-on-illegal-immigrants Joe Arpaio said he will run for Maricopa County (Ariz.) sheriff next year after losing the 2016 election. [ArizRepublic]

-> The Cherokee Nation announced it will appoint a delegate to Congress, exercising a right it says was granted in a treaty signed nearly 200 years ago. [CNN]

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