All of the conversation about a federal judge overturning the will of the Utah majority ignores a couple of facts of life in America.
First, the United States Constitution's primary purpose is to protect the minority, not the majority.
Second, if the people of Utah decided as a majority to allow slavery or decided that the LDS Church is the official state religion of Utah, should federal judges simply allow the people to decide such state matters? Of course not. Such "will of the majority" would violate the U.S. Constitution.