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"Big results require big ambitions."

~James Champy

The Wyoming Department of Revenue is calling on the Legislature to enact a sales tax on purchases made over the Internet. Revenue says the state could take in up to $46 million a year from the tax.  Should Wyoming enact an Internet sales tax?

A municipal judge in Pinedale is fighting efforts to remove her from office, after she said that her religious beliefs would not allow her to perform same-sex marriages. Supporters say she should have the right to follow her religious beliefs. Opponents say if she can’t follow the law, she should step down.   Should the judge be removed from office if her religious beliefs conflict with the law?

(WyomingNetwork does NOT represent this as a scientific poll.)
Federal law requires coal companies to set aside money to reclaim the land after a mine is closed down. Wyoming has allowed coal companies to self-bond… which is similar to writing an IOU instead of actually putting money aside. Several major coal companies have declared bankruptcy, and there are concerns that the cost of reclaiming the mines will fall onto taxpayers.   Should Wyoming stop its self-bonding policy?

Do not allow self-bonding

No change in Wyoming’s policies are needed

Lawmakers in New York are considering a ban on declawing cats. The practice is already outlawed in Los Angeles and several European countries. Supporters of the ban say it is unnecessary and cruel. Opponents say declawing can prevent euthanasia for cats with destructive scratching behavior.   Should declawing cats be banned?

Ban declawing of cats

Allow cat owners to declaw their cats


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