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Today’s edition of the Joke of the Day is pretty intense!

"We will always remember. We will always be proud. We will always be prepared, so we may always be free."

~ Ronald Reagan

The FCC is looking into a new product offered by cable internet provider AT&T, which owns DirectTV. AT&T says if you subscribe to DirectTV Now, the streaming videos you watch won’t count against your data limits. Services like Netflix and Hulu are crying foul. They say if streaming a movie on the Disney Channel won’t count against your data, then streaming the same movie on Netflix or Hulu shouldn’t count either.   Should the FCC stop AT&T from offering streaming on their service at a different rate from other services?

There’s been a lot of discussion about fake news websites advertising and linking on Facebook. Some say the fake news sites had an impact on the November election. Others disagree.   Can you tell the difference between a fake news website and legitimate media?

(WyomingNetwork does NOT represent this as a scientific poll.)
The Obama Administration has released a new rule that would make it easier to lease public lands for solar and wind energy projects. The Interior Department says the policy will encourage the development of renewable energy and generate millions of dollars in revenue. President-elect Trump says he will reverse many of the Obama Administration’s environmental and energy policies, to help the oil and gas industries.   Should Trump drop the new rule about using public lands for renewable energy projects?

Yes, cancel the new rule about renewable energy projects

No, keep the Obama Administration’s rule in place

The western series “Longmire” has been filmed in New Mexico for the past five years and will continue to be filmed there next year. Longmire is written by Wyoming author Craig Johnson and the story takes place in Wyoming. The state of Wyoming offers a 12-15% tax rebate on projects filmed in Wyoming. New Mexico’s rebate is 25-30%.   Should Wyoming match New Mexico’s program, even it if means less revenue to the state from individual projects?

Yes, match New Mexico’s program and give higher rebates

No, don’t change the rebates – it will cost Wyoming too much revenue


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