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Who Really Matters in Utah?

In the debate over Trump destroying the Utah national monuments, there’s been a lot of discussion over who matters in that state. Were these monuments foisted upon the people of Utah, even though the vast majority had never spent any time doing anything at all in the remote dessert? Or were they, especially Bears Ears, […]
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