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"Wise men talk because they have something to say; fools, because they have to say something."

~Plato (427 BC - 347 BC)


   THIS WEEK'S POLL
Governor Mead is calling for Wyoming to create 10 new reservoir projects over the next 10 years, to increase the amount of water storage in the state. Some of those projects would reduce the water flow downstream to states like Colorado and California, which is suffering from a severe drought.   Should Wyoming increase its water storage, even if it means drought-stricken areas downstream would receive less water?



A Wyoming legislative committee is studying the possibility of creating a statewide bicycle path using existing roads and bike paths. The hope is that by offering more opportunities to cyclists, tourism may increase.  Should Wyoming create a statewide bicycle path or network of bike paths?





   LAST WEEK'S RESULTS
(WyomingNetwork does NOT represent this as a scientific poll.)
President Obama has been moving toward normalizing relations with Cuba, which could eventually include lifting the travel bans, embargo, and possibly opening an American embassy in Havana. Opponents in Congress want to maintain the previous policies, and say the changes that Obama is proposing will not have a positive effect on people living in Cuba.  Should the United States normalize relations with Cuba?

Yes, normalize relations
63.8%

No, maintain the embargo and travel bans
36.2%

The two largest cable companies in the United States, Comcast and Time Warner Cable, want to merge in a $45 billion deal. They say that the merger will “result in significant consumer benefits - faster broadband speeds, access to a superior video experience, and more competition in business services resulting in billions of dollars of cost savings.” The Justice Department is considering filing a lawsuit to block the merger, saying it would give one company too much control over nationwide broadband Internet and cable television programming.  Should the Comcast Time Warner Cable merger be allowed to go through?

Yes, allow the merger
13.4%

No, block the merger
86.6%



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