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"Better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to speak out and remove all doubt."

~ Abraham Lincoln (1809 - 1865)

The Wyoming Legislature is considering a bill that would allow teachers to carry concealed weapons in school. Individual school districts would decide if their teachers could be armed.   Should the bill pass and be signed into law?

The Wyoming Legislature killed a bill that would have raised the cigarette tax in Wyoming to 90 cents a pack. The current tax is 60 cents a pack. By comparison, the cigarette tax in Colorado is 84 cents a pack. Supporters say the tax increase would have raised $20 million for state and local governments. Opponents say it would have hurt local retailers.   Should the tax have been raised?

(WyomingNetwork does NOT represent this as a scientific poll.)
A bill before the Wyoming Legislature would allow industrial hemp farming in Wyoming. Hemp comes from the same plant as recreational marijuana, but hemp has a much lower level of THC, the ingredient that makes people “high.”   Should industrial hemp farming be legal in Wyoming?

Yes, allow industrial hemp farming

No, do not allow industrial hemp farming

The Obama Administration had instituted a rule that would ban people who were too mentally ill to manage their own affairs from owning guns. Republicans in Congress are repealing that rule, saying it infringes on their 2nd Amendment rights.   Should people who cannot manage their own affairs be allowed to own guns?

Yes, allow some mentally ill people to own guns

No, do not allow mentally ill people to own guns


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