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Putin Rejects Allegations of Russian Meddling in US Election
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Cowboys Surge Past Eastern Washington in Overtime Thriller, 93-88
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   JOKE    THOUGHT    OPINION
We were feeling pretty great, until we saw today’s edition of the Joke of the Day!


"An intellectual snob is someone who can listen to the William Tell Overture and not think of The Lone Ranger."

~ Dan Rather (1931 - )
Joe Guzzardi ‘Help Me, Dad’




   THIS WEEK'S POLL
Wyofile reports that only 2% of Senator John Barrasso’s campaign contributions came from people in Wyoming.   Does the source of campaign funds make a difference when you decide who to vote for?



The Wyoming Legislature is considering a bill that would use gender neutral language, changing references to “husband and wife” to terms like “spouse,” “married couple” or “parents.” Lawmakers say it is intended to fix laws that refer to the wife of a policeman or firefighter, for example, which don’t take into account that women can serve as police officers and firefighters. Some people object to changing the wording, saying it will show support to the gay community.   Should Wyoming change state laws to use gender neutral language?





   LAST WEEK'S RESULTS
(WyomingNetwork does NOT represent this as a scientific poll.)
President Trump said during the campaign that he would move the U.S. Embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, effectively recognizing Jerusalem as the capital. Palestinians strongly object to the move, and want East Jerusalem recognized as the capital of a Palestinian state. They say moving the American embassy would disrupt the peace process, and identify the U.S. as an ally of Israel.   Should President Trump move the American embassy to Jerusalem?

Yes, move the embassy to Jerusalem
51.2%

No, do not move the embassy to Jerusalem
48.8%

Park County School District #1 in Powell is asking local residents if school employees should be allowed to carry concealed weapons inside school buildings. What do you think?   Should school districts in Wyoming allow concealed weapons in classrooms and other locations?

Yes, allow concealed weapons in school buildings
76.2%

No, do not allow concealed weapons in school buildings
23.8%



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