Utah’s Transfer of Public Lands Act: A Legal Case for Localizing Land Ownership

Utah’s Transfer of Public Lands Act is consistent with the intent of the state and the United States at the time of Utah’s founding; does not conflict with the Property Clause of the U.S. Constitution; and would be equally valid if passed in other Western states.

Click here to read the PDF of this 8-page legal analysis by Carrie Ann Donnell.