Gingrich, Paul and Santorum offer their thoughts on federal lands in Nevada

Last week, NPRI's Geoffrey Lawrence wrote a commentary, showing how harmful (and unconstitutional) it is for the federal government to own more than 85 percent of the land in Nevada.

With the GOP presidential candidates in Nevada, Nevada Journal asked them for their thoughts on this issue. Here is what former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, Rep. Ron Paul (R., TX) and former Senator Rick Santorum had to say. Former Gov. Mitt Romney did not respond to Nevada Journal's interview request.

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