The Legislature’s unconstitutional land-grab bills are once again in controversy, as the conservatives in the Utah Legislature refuse to consult with the Outdoor Recreation Industry that provides $6 Billion to Utah’s economy annually.
Rep. Fred Cox, R-West Valley City, a vocal supporter of Utah’s new Sagebrush Rebellion, said he’s fed up with the trade group’s demands. He’s tired of its seemingly endless clamoring for more hotel and convention space. And the latest request to have a seat at the table when politicians make public lands policy is “out
Ultimately, the Kane County Water Conservancy District envisions up to 700 connections in the area of Strawberry Ridge, including Zion View, the mostly primitive Skyhaven Mountain Retreat subdivision and 200 acres of undeveloped school-trust lands in the county. But if the Alliance for a Better Utah has anything to say about it, Noel won’t be
This week we recap the June Interim and Special Session of the Utah Legislature. The conservative’s arguments for their unconstitutional land-grab are starting to crumble. Plus, 11 Republican Legislators decide to completely abandon their “Free Market” and “Personal Liberty” principles.
Episode 5 of the Better UTAH Beat! We examine why Utahns now overwhelmingly oppose the Legislature land-grab bills, when previously the said the supported it. Plus, AG candidate John Swallow gets caught on tape making promises to potential donors, and SLCO Mayor candidate Mike Winder may want to reconsider asking people to examine his economic
Previously, a poll was released showing that 60% of Utahns supported the unconstitutional land-grab bills, but it seems now that the public has learned of the millions of taxpayer dollars that would go into the frivolous lawsuit… the tune has changed. SALT LAKE CITY — A new poll commissioned by Republican environmentalists shows 63 percent