Utah to Feds: Stop Enforcing Our Laws

SALT LAKE CITY — Fed­er­al offi­cers and rangers have no right to enforce dri­ving and oth­er com­mon laws on nation­al for­est, fed­er­al range lands and nation­al parks, the Utah Attor­ney General’s Office asserts. The state is defend­ing an effort to lim­it the police pow­ers of fed­er­al offi­cers in the lat­est flash­point between Utah and U.S. […]

Federal Court Finds Conspiracy, Orders USFS and BLM to Reinstate Hage Grazing Permits

Lib­er­ty Scene (Lib­er­ty and Prop­er­ty Rights Coali­tion) reports a land­mark deci­sion for ranch­ers in the Hage law­suit in the fol­low­ing press release. PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 5.29.2013   Fed­er­al Court Finds Con­spir­a­cy, Orders FS and BLM to Rein­state Hage Graz­ing Per­mits (RENO, NV)  Fri­day, Chief Judge Robert C. Jones of the Fed­er­al Dis­trict Court […]

Appeals Court Tosses Out Hage Judgment

A fed­er­al appeals court has thrown out a $4.4 mil­lion legal judg­ment that deceased ranch­er and Sage­brush Rebel­lion icon Wayne Hage had pre­vi­ous­ly won from the fed­er­al gov­ern­ment. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fed­er­al Cir­cuit has reversed an ear­li­er court deci­sion that ordered the U.S. For­est Ser­vice to com­pen­sate Hage for infring­ing on […]

Showdown at the Red Tape Corral

Fed­er­al land con­trols come under bright light in Tomb­stone, Ari­zona. Free­dom Advo­cates asks: When will locales and state gov­ern­ments start remind­ing the fed­er­al gov­ern­ment that they have no author­i­ty under Arti­cle 1 Sec­tion 10 of the Con­sti­tu­tion to direct land man­age­ment prac­tices?  Read arti­cle below. ——————