Town Hall Meeting with State Legislators Tuesday March 14 in Powell

A Town Hall Meeting with David Northrup (HD 50-Powell area), Dan Laursen (HD25-Powell area), and Ray Peterson (SD19-Cowley area) is scheduled for March 14.

Northwest College
Yellowstone Building auditorium
7PM, Tuesday March 14
Powell WY

Wyoming has 37 Senators and 79 Representatives. In the 2017 General Session, 465 bills have been introduced for consideration. Read the bills, find the committees who are sponsoring them, and find out how Northrup, Laursen, and Peterson are voting in Cheyenne at The Online Home of the Wyoming Legislature. Another good website for finding information about legislation under consideration in Wyoming and other states is the independently run Open States website:

Participate by reviewing the bills these representatives must vote on, then Show Up with comments, questions, and requests. They need your input in order to make informed decisions.

4 Comments on Town Hall Meeting with State Legislators Tuesday March 14 in Powell

  1. Phyllis Roseberry | March 12, 2017 at 4:42 am | Reply

    The last sentence of my comment above is wrong. I meant to say education is an investment in our children and economy’s future NOT a drag or cost to our economy. Sorry about that.

  2. Sharon Bailey | March 10, 2017 at 9:21 pm | Reply

    Sadly, I won’t be able to participate in this event, but I encourage everyone who is in town to attend. Even if you wouldn’t want to ask a question, you can learn a great deal by just listening.

  3. Phyllis Roseberry | March 9, 2017 at 11:22 pm | Reply

    Thanks for the notice. I won’t be in Wyoming then. My main question is did they vote for the big spending cuts in the Wyoming omnibus education funding bill ? How can we prepare our children for jobs in the modern world without a good education? It’s an investment but a drag or cost on our economy. Thanks!!

    Sent from my iPhone


  4. Apologies about the first notice of this meeting that was emailed today – it contained technical errors. But the information provided by a colleague at NWC is accurate.

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