Utah Legislature Kills Restrictive Access Bill… Again

“The measure resurfaced on the House floor after failing earlier in the session. But after three substitute bills, more than 20 amendments and hours of debate, the bill once again foundered in a 43-31 vote.” Sheena McFarland in The Salt Lake Tribune. (Thanks to reader John Weis for this link.)
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  • Rick

    I’ve always wondered how anyone can think they “own” a river, since you never step in the same water twice. It’s like saying you own the air. Impossible.

  • BG

    Thanks for all your support!! There is more to do and the “next step” is well under way. Its going to be a long process but worth it in the end.
    Thanks again!