Active Citizenship

Wyoming Sage Bundles Project

Thank you donating to our “Sage Bundles” project. We are a small group of volunteers from Northwest Wyoming who want to send a good spirit out to our friends across America.  We are offering smudging bundles  to use in cleansing your body and mind to restore our collective spirit. The…

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Online Nonviolence Workshops

Support a Culture of Peace and Nonviolence. Campaign Nonviolence is organizing online nonviolence workshops and trainings each month covering a variety of topics around nonviolence. Training/Speaking Event Cop-Free Schools: How Twin Cities Nonviolent & The Brothers Created Nonviolent Security at Ascension Catholic School Tuesday, July 13, 2021 4:00 PM 5:00…

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CONSERVATION VOTE REPORT From the Wyoming Outdoor Council In this year’s general session the Wyoming Legislature considered more than 440 bills, and the Wyoming Outdoor Council tracked more than 50 that were related to wildlife, clean air and water, revenue generation, renewable energy, public lands, and transitions for Wyoming’s energy workforce….

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Congress is offering Wyoming $120 million to update its Medicaid program and extend insurance coverage to 25,000 low-income adults. BEFORE MONDAY 3/22/2021: Tell your Wyoming Senator to vote “YES” on Senate File 154, “Medicaid expansion with federal match requirements” to improve Wyoming’s health, our healthcare system, and our economy. Tell…

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ACTION ALERT: Medicaid Expansion Bills

Medicaid Next Steps First, take a minute to celebrate! Senate File 154 “Medicaid expansion with federal match requirements” passed the Senate Labor Health Committee with a 3-2 vote and advanced to the Senate floor. A Medicaid Expansion bill has not made it to the floor of the Wyoming senate in…

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Bills We’re Watching

The 2021 Wyoming legislative session convened remotely on January 12th. Because of Covid-19, the session schedule is unusual, with the first eight-day virtual session adjourning Feb. 5.  Committees will start up again on Feb. 22, and the regular session will reconvene in person on March 1. This gives constituents a…

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