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Wyoming Sovereignty Public Lands

WHEREAS, the federal government is failing to administer public lands in the best interest of the state of Wyoming and these lands are valued for public use.

WHEREAS, the Bureau of Land Management cannot, pursuant to federal law manage private property, but is empowered only to apply its regulations to federal surfaces and federal undertakings;

BE IT RESOLVED that the Republican Party will work to transfer the administration of public lands to the States with the stipulation that Wyoming will not sell or transfer to private use without three quarters authorization from the state legislature.


Wyoming Republican Party, 22 May 7 State Convention


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