Promoting Participation In Government

Wyoming Rising would like to keep our subscribers up to date on the following issues for our state! Wyoming Corporations Committee to meet on 8/24 and 8/25 The Wyoming Corporations committee will meet this week and take up bills that will affect our Wyoming democracy. 24LSO-0093 Political expenditures would call for the US congress to pass an amendment to the Constitution requiring the identification of…

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Our next membership meeting is August 13th, at 2:00 p.m. Our good friends from Hot Springs and Fremont Counties will join us to talk about the Small Town Summit they attended this summer. Organizers from rural areas in 25 states met in Missoula with  Small Town Summit.org to participate workshops on shifting power, changing narratives, and strengthening capacity for our hometowns. The Summit provided a…

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We invite all members and volunteers, to walk as a team in the Park County Fair parade. It is about a 6 block walk. We will hand out American flags and cards stating the Wyoming Rising mission to the parade watchers. We highly encourage you to make positive signs and messages related to our 5 core missions of civil liberties, quality public education, affordable health…

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Cody Enterprise June 14, 2023 Editorial Opinion – reproduced with permission www.codyenterprise.com As part of its mission of advocating for a quality education for everyone and encouraging participation in our democracy, Wyoming Rising, a 501(c)4 organization, cosponsored a discussion between Rodger McDaniel and Pete and Al Simpson at the Heart Mountain Interpretive Center on April 25.  McDaniel has recently released a book entitled “Profiles in…

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The Cody Planning and Zoning board will be holding a meeting on June 15th to consider a Conditional Use permit.  The permit would allow the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints to build a temple in Cody.  If approved, the temple will be placed west of Skyline Drive and north of the Cody Canal. For more information regarding the permit and plans for the…

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