Judge Rules Inland Port Act ‘Constitutional’
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – Leaders in Utah’s capital city have are reacting to a judge’s ruling that the Inland Port Authority Act is constitutional.
The issue remains divisive in Salt Lake City. Former Mayor Jackie Biskupski had argued that the state’s creation of an 11-member board to oversee the development of a global trade hub violated the state constitution.
A district judge rejected that Wednesday, saying the law creating the port did not violate the state’s constitution.
New Mayor Erin Mendenhall, who was inaugurated Monday, promises to continue the fight – all the way to the Utah Supreme Court if necessary.
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