Mormon Leaders End Constitutional Convention, Hope for Statehood

Mormon Leaders End Constitutional Convention, Hope for Statehood

Salt Lake Temple in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA
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Mormon leaders complete a constitutional convention in the hopes of becoming a U.S. state.

The proposed state of Deseret encompasses the present state of Utah, most of Nevada and Arizona, some of California, and portions of Colorado, New Mexico, Wyoming, Oregon, and Idaho.

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