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"There’s legitimately no substitution for hard work.”

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Wyoming state law does not allow the state to invest its operating funds in the stock market. A proposed constitutional amendment would change that, and give the Legislature the power to decide where operating funds could be invested. Supporters say the state could get higher returns in the market. Opponents say that’s risky, and if the market goes down Wyoming could lose money.   Should the state be allowed to invest its operating funds in the stock market?

There are those who believe that Ralph Nader’s run for President in 2000 pulled enough votes away from Al Gore to give the election to George W. Bush. In 2016, Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson and Green Party candidate Jill Stein are polling about 15 per cent combined.  Will votes for either third party candidate swing the election to Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton?

(WyomingNetwork does NOT represent this as a scientific poll.)
The Cheyenne City Council is considering a resolution that would state the city rejects discrimination on the basis of gender identity or sexual orientation. The measure is a resolution, not an ordinance, so it is not a law with penalties. Other cities around Wyoming have passed either ordinances or resolutions expressing the same idea.   Should the Wyoming Legislature ban discrimination statewide?

Yes, the Legislature should ban gender or sexual identity discrimination

No, the Legislature should not ban gender or sexual identity discrimination

The State Loan and Investment Board, which is made up of Wyoming’s top 5 elected officials, including the Governor, decided to offer $41 million in loans to three private companies. The companies say they will use the money to build or expand their facilities in Wyoming, which will lead to new jobs and tax revenue.   Do you agree with the decision to loan taxpayer dollars to private companies?

Yes, it’s an investment that will create new jobs and tax revenue

No, the state should not loan money to private companies


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