Attorney Harriet M. Hageman Talks Land and Water Rights on The County Seat TV

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Attorney Harriet M. Hageman interview about land and water rights with The County Seat set to air on November 12 and 13.

Attorney Harriet M. Hageman

The interview focuses primarily on the manner in which federal agencies are using penalties and fees to self-fund, their incentive to ‘slow walk’ permit approval, and the benefits of local and state management of natural resources.

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Attorney Harriet M. Hageman, founder of Hageman Law P.C., will be participating in a 30-minute interview about property rights, federal regulatory overreach, and tax policy with The County Seat, a weekly television program that studies the role of county government. The interview is set to air on November 12, at 11 p.m. and November 13, at 8:30 a.m. on the ABC affiliate out of Salt Lake City, KTVX.

“The interview focuses primarily on the manner in which federal agencies are using penalties and fees to self-fund, their incentive to ‘slow walk’ permit approval, and the benefits of local and state management of natural resources,” said Hageman, who was inducted into the Wyoming Agriculture Hall of Fame in 2011.

The County Seat explores the difficult issues facing county leadership in a frank and straightforward conversation. It was launched five years ago as a solution to counties not being able to reach and engage their constituents through normal media channels.

Additionally, Hageman recently gave a presentation to the American Lands Council in Salt Lake City entitled “Regulation without Representation,” during which she focused on the unconstitutionality of the current regulatory state, reporting that the cost of such regulations is approaching $2 trillion per year. The American Lands Council is a non-profit organization comprised of elected officials, local governments, non-profit organizations, businesses, resource experts, and citizens who desire a lawful, peaceful path to better, more accountable management of our public lands and natural resources. “I spoke on what you should know to protect yourself, your community, your state, our liberties and our Republic,” said Hageman.

About Harriet M. Hageman, Hageman Law P.C.
Harriet M. Hageman has been practicing law as a trial attorney for over 27 years and is licensed in Wyoming, Nebraska, Colorado and Michigan. She has worked on numerous water (quality and quantity) and natural resource matters. She is actively involved with addressing the impact of federal and state regulations on land and water use and management. Hageman Law P.C. counts among its clients irrigation districts, local governments, and landowners. For more information, please call (307) 635-4888, or visit http://www.hagemanlaw.com. The law office is located at 222 East 21st Street, Cheyenne, WY 82001.

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