Operating like an organized crime family, politicians in Utah have been crafting policy objectives to steal our public lands.
The state of Utah, revered for its abundant mountains and intricate canyons, is also host to some of the most environmentally regressive politicians in the country. From backing the land transfer movement to bitterly attacking Bears Ears National Monument, politicians in the Beehive State have long been relentless opponents of public lands protections in the United States.
Now, after a months-long public records scuffle with the Utah government, a newly obtained document offers insight into the full scope of the state’s public lands agenda.
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