A report on a conversation between Brigham Young and Mr. Blaine, Speaker of the House of Representatives. Young insists that Congress stop interfering with local matters in Utah according to the organic laws. Blaine responds that Congress had precedent for getting involved in Utah’s affairs and that it had the right to change the organic laws. Young then suggests that Utah has the right to be admitted as a state, but Blaine assures him that Utah would never be admitted while Mormons practiced polygamy.
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