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Petition delivered to Senator Enzi

Nineteen citizens gathered at Senator Enzi’s office in Cody on Monday, February 6, to deliver a petition asking the Senator to oppose the confirmation of Betsy DeVos as Secretary of Education. Members of our organization did a beautiful job, drafting the petition during our organizational meeting on Saturday and gathering 95…

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Large group of citizens gather to organize on Feb. 4

77 (seventy-seven!) people met at the Cody Public Library on February 4 to organize and unite around our most important priorities: education, environment, civil liberties, healthcare and reproductive rights, community outreach, and a government watch group. The small groups are going to meet and discuss urgent issues and priorities for…

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Public Input Opportunity

Guns in Schools public discussion at School Board meeting on Oct. 17 at 5:30. Thank you to all who attended the work session last week. It was a polite group and we all heard many comments by the School Board members that should be addressed at the regular board meeting…

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Urgent issues for women and families in Wyoming

Several Wyoming bills have been proposed  this week  that will regulate  women’s health, rights, privacy, and choice:  307-777-7881 is the House and Senate Hotline. A reminder: The bills are HB116, HB132, HB182 and HB250. Look up the bills and read for yourself. Do you want government in your doctors office? http://legisweb.state.wy.us/2017/billreference/BillReference.aspx?type=ALL

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Contact Your Representatives

Wyoming Legislature Wyoming has 37 Senators and 79 Representatives. In the 2017 General Session, 465 bills have been introduced for consideration. Read the bills, find the committees who are sponsoring them, and find out who represents you in Cheyenne at The Online Home of the Wyoming Legislature. Another good website…

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Week of Jan 30–Feb 3. Cabinet Nominees to be confirmed

This week, Senate hearings to confirm Trumps Cabinet nominees are scheduled. Two in particular are of concern to Wyoming citizens. Please call Senators Barrasso and Enzi in protest of these nominees. Scott Pruitt Oklahoma attorney general Scott Pruitt has been nominated to be administrator for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency….

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