State lawmakers talk strategy on Utah’s public lands war with federal government | Deseret News…?pg=1

"I don’t think anyone can objectively look at federal land policy and come to the conclusion that it is working," he said. "It is not working on the range, not working on the forest, not working on the extractive industry, not working for the recreationers, not working for the local communities trying to survive. And Washington is not aware of that. Washington is not working on that." – Deputy Attorney General Tony Rampton – D, Utah

"As Utah continues on the path of its goal to gain control of lands from the federal government, a wide array of strategies loom as possibilities. A meeting of the Commission on the Stewardship of Publ"

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