Promoting Participation In Government

A local group of citizens is requesting help to publicize Cheney’s derailment of the public process for the name change of Devils Tower. Cheney has introduced a bill to permanently and irrevocably designate Devils Tower National Monument in Wyoming as “Devils Tower,” overriding the public comment period that was scheduled to begin. This has created urgency to have publicity before the upcoming House vote on…

Read More

Want to know more about the election campaign process ? This two-hour session sponsored by Wyoming Rising will give you an overview of how campaigns work. what needs to be done to campaign successfully when are the important dates for this campaign season who needs to be part of the process and why how the campaign contribution process works … and much more. This session…

Read More

Action Alert

Governor Mead Vetoed the Crimes Against Critical Infrastructure bill last night!  Late last night, Governor Mead vetoed the crimes against critical infrastructure bill. This is an amazing victory, but now we urgently need one last action from each of you. Senate File 74 would make it a felony to block access to “critical infrastructure,” including during a protest. read more here.  The House and Senate…

Read More

Apply to the Planning, Zoning and Adjustment Board The Cody City Council is still looking for applicants to fill the remainder of a vacant position (through December 31, 2108) on the P&Z Board, due to the recent resignation of P&Z Member Steve Miller. Below is a brief summary of the board, meeting dates/times and duties. If you are interested in being considered for this board…

Read More

We are introducing a new feature on this website: updates from the 2018 State Legislature. There have been several eye-opening bills proposed this session and we need to stay on top of our representatives. We can have a larger voice in supporting or opposing legislation at the State level than at the National level, so let’s use our voices to make a difference in the…

Read More