I don't like it at all. I read that part of it will involve selling public watershedland to private entities for them to do whatever they want with.
Utah's "true potential" I guess is up for interpretation. For me, and almost everyone I know who is an outdoor enthusiast, "true potential" is the ability to get up in the mountains and escape the crap in the valley. Whether that crap is work, the valley inversion or an annoying girlfriend/boyfriend. There is something zen-like about being in mountains, that is ruined a little bit every time expansion into (or through) the BC happens.