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Taking Responsibility for the face of the world: our Billboard Campaign.

In 2019, Wyoming Rising members were unable to stay silent during the campaign for the Presidency between Donald Trump and Joe Biden. We came together to fund and design our very first billboard, “Unity over Division.” It proved so successful, that we were inspired to create several more messages in 2021–2022: Our first Billboard – 2019Billboard #2 in CodyBillboard #3: Promoting Civility in PowellBillboard #4:…

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Here’s how you can donate to help people in Ukraine

Around the world, many people are desperate to support Ukraine as its citizens try to fend off a Russian invasion that has left hundreds dead, thousands homeless and millions fearful of what could become of their country. The Washington Post outlines a number of ways you can help: https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/2022/02/27/how-to-help-ukraine/ . By Washington Post Staff February 27, 2022|Updated March 23, 2022 at 2:13 p.m. EDT  

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Legislation Watch 3/8/22

The FINAL week of the Wyoming Legislative Session is beginning with several troubling bills still under consideration. PLEASE participate in our Democracy by writing and calling your legislators.  Use it or lose it. Our Watchlist: Bills we oppose: Senate File No. 0083 – Prohibiting chemical abortions. March 8 – UPDATE: Passed Senate. Currently in House for vote on Wednesday or Thursday. Outlaws the most commonly…

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The 2022 Wyoming Legislative Budget Session

Budget Session Begins February 14. In even numbered years, the Legislature convenes in a Budget Session beginning on the second Monday of February, which typically lasts 20 legislative days. The 2022 Wyoming budget session convenes on February 14. February 18 is the last day for bills to be introduced. March 8, 9, and 10 will be the final readings (and votes) on bills. This gives…

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Climate Solutions For Wyoming.

Is carbon dividend plan good for Wyoming citizens? Wyoming Rising invites you to explore a bipartisan climate solution for Wyoming. Bill Barron, Rocky Mountain Regional Director of the Citizen’s Climate Lobby will discuss HR763, The Energy Innovation and Climate Dividend Act, and how it could help Wyoming Citizens with the uncertainties of our changing energy economy. Barron will describe the plan and discuss the international…

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Why do we march?

Dr. Mary Keller, Closing remarks at the January 18, 2020 March For A Better America. Cody Wyoming. Let’s begin thinking from an Indigenous perspective today. If you’d like to learn about the Crow people who were here before we, the settlers, arrived, read the book Pretty Shield about an Apsáalooke (Crow) woman and healer. She loved moving across this land. She loved picking up her…

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