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Legislative Audit Shows that Water Use Data is Highly Unreliable

  SALT LAKE CITY — A legislative audit released Tuesday concludes state water managers have no real idea how much water is being used across Utah so the projection that…

Wolf Story Update

This article is a follow-up on a previous article we published on this subject. According to several media sources, including the St. George News, the wolf shot in Beaver County…

CONSIDERATIONS & SUGGESTIONS for Lawmakers Regarding Raw Milk Cow-Shares

  As Utah lawmakers consider what to do with HB 104, the proposal to re-legalize raw milk cow shares, I want to offer a few considerations and make some suggestions…

FEAR FUELS THE UTAH RAW MILK COW-SHARE DEBATE

  The Utah State Legislature is currently considering a proposal to re-legalize raw milk “cow shares.” In response to increasing consumer demand for raw milk, Representative Marc Roberts (R, Utah…

State Economic Study Regarding Transfer of Public Lands is Now Available

This week, the State of Utah has released its economic study regarding the proposed transfer of public lands. This is just in from the American Lands Council: For years, opponents…

Cowboy Express Roars into Utah, and Moves on to Wyoming

  The Grass March Cowboy Express made a big splash in Salt Lake City on Thursday, October 2nd.     According to an article first published in the Deseret News,…

Utah’s Public Lands War with Federal Government is Just Getting Started

Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes says the state has a “monumental” fight on its hands in the public lands war with the federal government. In an article originally published on…

Public Lands Debate

On Wednesday, May 14th, the Salt Lake Tribune hosted a well-attended public debate at the Salt Lake City Library, pitting Utah House Speaker Becky Lockhart and Representative Ken Ivory against…