SNEAK PEEK: Can clashing interests in eastern Utah agree to a compromise for public-lands management?
The coming months should see an answer to that question.
After nearly six years of meetings, discussions, and give-and-take, Utah Congressmen Rob Bishop and Jason Chaffetz have gone public with a working draft of a lands designation bill that will define future management of federal public lands in seven eastern Utah counties. Read more
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