An effort seen as fundamental to funding of public education was taken to the next level by Gov. Gary Herbert.  Saturday he signed the legislation authorizing Utah to use eminent domain to seize federal lands.  In an update the Wall Street Journal has written a solid article on the action which sets the pace for other states to follow and legal battles ahead. 

Take some time to read the article.  Also, don’t forget to thank Gov. Herbert and the legislators who helped move Utah toward fundamental sovereignty under the 10th Amendment duties of all states.

In War Between States and Fed, Utah Strikes Latest Blow

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