Idaho’s record as a growing state has much to do with the outdoors, because people spend spare time fishing, hunting, boating, hiking, motor biking and camping. 60% of our state is federal land, and residents are born, raised and move here expecting access to public lands. But some Legislators want to allow out-of-state corporations to strip public lands from our heritage, paying a pittance to strip the land of trees, spoil the water and mine the mountains. I was raised in a hunting/fishing family, and continue to support the majority of Idahoans who believe our public trust shouldn’t be sold to the highest bidder. Public lands access is the defining “quality of life” issue this year.