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    Some more information on the subject. Research the Supreme Court decisions. Idaho was right to decline to join any suit on this issue if for no other reason than Utah, Nevada and other states gave up any perceived rights and claims when they became a state. This link will get anyone started that is interested in doing the research required.

    http://www.politifact.com/punditfact...ional-right-o/
    Last edited by calamari; 03-04-2016 at 08:32 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by calamari View Post
    Some more information on the subject. Research the Supreme Court decisions. Idaho was right to decline to join any suit on this issue if for no other reason than Utah, Nevada and other states gave up any perceived rights and claims when they became a state. This link will get anyone started that is interested in doing the research required.

    http://www.politifact.com/punditfact...ional-right-o/
    http://www.spokesman.com/blogs/boise...vernors-idaho/

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    Quote Originally Posted by calamari View Post
    Some more information on the subject. Research the Supreme Court decisions. Idaho was right to decline to join any suit on this issue if for no other reason than Utah, Nevada and other states gave up any perceived rights and claims when they became a state. This link will get anyone started that is interested in doing the research required.

    http://www.politifact.com/punditfact...ional-right-o/
    Idaho Sportsmen Needed to Testify for Support of Public Access to State Lands
    Public Hearning on Idaho Legistlve House Conservation Resolution #53
    1:30PM+, Tuesday, March 15th East Wing State Capitol Rm 40

    Today, Tuesday, March 15th, the House Resource and Conservation Committee will take up a slate of bills regarding public lands and public access. First up, they will hear HCR 53 (Erpelding, D-Boise):

    ?This Resolution recognizes the importance of hunting, fishing and trapping to Idaho's western heritage. It also resolves that the Idaho Legislature opposes any proposals that bar Idaho hunters,
    anglers and trappers from accessing state endowment trust land on the basis of exclusivity.

    Additionally, it encourages the State Board of Land Commissioners to preserve and promote responsible and equitable access to state endowment trust land for the benefit of all Idahoans.?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wesslpointer View Post
    That's a good thumbnail sketch of the history behind the public lands. The details of the legislation, agreements and mandates have to be gotten into to get a better understanding of what and why it is the way it is. The reader comments at the end get at just one of the problems with the concept of transferring public land into private ownership.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wesslpointer View Post
    Xs a million.

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