Tag: state sovereignty

Congressman Bishop’s Not-so-United States

In a show of government waste at its finest, the Utah Legislature’s Commission on Federalism met this morning at the State Capitol. While the finer points of dual sovereignty are certainly worth arguing, this sort of grad seminar style discussion should be out of place in the legislature, where more concrete policy making would be

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South Carolina gives Utah a thumbs up

Issues of state sovereignty are a perennial concern at the Utah State Legislature, so one can imagine lawmakers greeting with enthusiasm a recent resolution by first-to-secede-from-the-union-South Carolina that endorsed Utah’s fight to take control of public lands. TO EXPRESS SUPPORT TO THE WESTERN STATES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AND THE FEDERAL TRANSFER OF PUBLIC LANDS

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