Jon Hrobsky, Luke Johnson and Bill McGrath along with host Alisa Nave-Worth tackle the challenges Nevada faces regarding public land issues in the post-Harry Reid era. They discuss the specific impacts for a state built on public land and that is home to Las Vegas, the only major metropolitan city in the country surrounded by BLM land, where models of successful land disposal and issues of transferred land are distinct and unprecedented. They also dive into the issue of mineral rights trespasses and the unpredictability this issue invites for developers, what they attribute this issue to, workable solutions and what to expect going forward.

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