truth and unintended consequences.
The debate over the transfer of federal public lands to the states is not new, is at the center of the idea of state sovereignty, and is the bedrock principle of bottom up, not top down government, as envisioned by our founders. Our U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights are very clear in the role of the federal estate. Although the Enabling Act promised that all states would enter the union under the Equal Footing Doctrine that provided for the transfer of public lands, many of the Western States continue to have high percentages of Federal public lands within their borders.
Harriet Hageman was raised on a ranch near Ft. Laramie, Wyoming
Graduated from the College of Law in 1989
Licensed to practice law in Wyoming, Nebraska and Colorado
Ken Ivory is an American politician and a Republican member of the Utah House of Representatives representing District 47 since January 1, 2011. During the 2016 legislative session, Ivory served on the Natural Resources, Agriculture, and Environmental Quality Appropriations Subcommittee, the House Public Utilities (which he was the chair), the House Revenue and Taxation Committee, and the House Natural Resources, Agriculture, and Environment Committee. During the interim, Ivory serves on the Revenue and Taxation Interim Committee, and the Public Utilities, Energy, and Technology Interim Committee. He is also a member of the Commission for the Stewardship of Public Lands, Commission on Federalism and the Federal Funds Commission.
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