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Saying goodby to 2020: A look back.

Today is the last day of this remarkable year. Though 2020 was difficult, there are a lot of reasons to feel proud and hopeful. It was a busy year and we wanted to take a final look back and celebrate everything we’ve done together in 2020 In January, we organized our…

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Wyoming Rising Membership Meeting, Jan 17.

Members + 1 guest are invited to a 45-minute Zoom meeting with representatives of the Wyoming Legislature. Leadership team meeting will follow, which members are welcome to observe. We will be discussing the winter Legislative Session and how to successfully communicate with your representatives. When: Sunday, January 17, 2021 from…

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Alert: Wyoming Legislature Revenue Committee meets this week

Alert! Comments due by Wednesday, December 16 The Wyoming Legislature Revenue Committee meets this coming Thursday and Friday, December 17 and 18. This is the most important committee meeting for the upcoming 2021 Legislative session. With the massive reductions in revenue, Wyoming needs to either raise more revenue or face…

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Sen. Enzi’s Words of Wisdom

Sen. Enzi had some good advice on how to reach across the aisle while legislating. Check out his farewell speech.https://www.enzi.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/2020/12/enzi-delivers-farewell-speech-on-senate-floorhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ttw5fbOaEWQ

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Open Wilderness Areas To Mountain Bikes?

Coalition Urges Senate Not To Open Wilderness Areas To Mountain Bikes.   This excerpt is taken from an article by Kurt Repanshek for National Parks Traveler, December 11th, 2020.    A coalition of groups is pushing to stop legislation in the U.S. Senate that would open wilderness areas to mountain bike use….

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Bring Civic Saturday to your community

Civic Saturday Fellowship Our nation is facing a crisis in civic life. People are more socially isolated, disconnected from a sense of common purpose, and cynical about their own ability to affect change. Opportunities to come together to reflect our responsibility as citizens and build civic practices feel few and…

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