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"Do what you can, with what you have, where you are."

~ Theodore Roosevelt (1858 -- 1919)


   THIS WEEK'S POLL
President Trump is calling for teachers to carry guns in school. Law enforcement representatives and education groups oppose the idea, saying it would be ineffective and lead to accidental shootings.   Should teachers in school be armed?



Wyoming is facing a budget deficit of about $800 million over the next biennium, largely due to a decline in tax revenue from the mineral industry. Some state senators propose cutting taxes for the oil and gas industry as a way to spur production. A study in 2000 showed a 4% reduction in taxes led to a 5% increase in production, but a 43% drop in severance tax revenue.   Should Wyoming cut taxes for the oil and gas industry?





   LAST WEEK'S RESULTS
(WyomingNetwork does NOT represent this as a scientific poll.)
The Wyoming Legislature is considering a bill that would require any internet enabled device sold in Wyoming to be equipped with active software to block obscene websites. Sellers would not be able to disable the software unless they got a request in writing from the buyer.   Should the bill pass and be signed into law?

Yes, all internet devices should be equipped with blocking software
35.0%

No, do not require blocking software
65.0%

A bill before the Wyoming Legislature would raise the state minimum wage from $5.15 an hour to $9.50. Pay for employees who receive tips would go from $2.13 an hour to $5.50.   Should the bill pass and be signed into law?

Yes, raise the state minimum wage
68.2%

No, do not raise the state minimum wage
31.8%



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