Brian Maffly

Salt Lake Tribune

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Brian Maffly is the public lands and environment reporter for the Salt Lake Tribune

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Earlier this month, President Trump announced to a cheering crowd at the Utah state capitol that he would be removing hundreds of thousands of acres from two national monuments…

A turf war over public lands

Earlier this month, President Trump announced to a cheering crowd at the Utah state capitol that he would be removing hundreds of thousands of acres from two national monuments…

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