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Now that HJ0008, Free and Fair Elections, passed the House, it has been assigned to the Senate Corporations Committee, which is a fairly hostile environment to us. We especially need to pursuade these Senators Bill Landen – Chairman, voted NO on SJ0008 on the floor Cale Case – voted NO…

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Time to engage with those you elected!

The 2019 Wyoming legislative session is in full swing which means the time is now to be an engaged citizen! The following is a compilation of helpful resources, updates on selected bills, and notes on what your elected representatives have been up to in this session. The Legislative Service Office…

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WHAT BANG FOR THE BUCK?

Pat StuartGuest Editorial. Thinking about Wyoming’s sovereign wealth and the legislators discussing raising taxes, maybe we need to look at our situation from a drastically different perspective … like, dah … maybe putting the money we already have to work? Here’s a column from the Powell Tribune of 30 January…

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Guest EditorialBy Emily Reed. Nearly 50% of Wyoming is comprised of public land. While Wyoming has worked really hard to diversify its economy through outdoor recreation opportunities under its previous Governor Matt Mead, an important source of funding for all states and Wyoming in particular has failed to be reauthorized….

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