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"If you can solve your problem, then what is the need of worrying? If you cannot solve it, then what is the use of worrying?"

~ Shantideva (685 B.C. -- 763 B.C.)


   THIS WEEK'S POLL
A bill before the Wyoming Legislature would make it a crime to sell information about the location or identification of big game animals for the purpose of helping hunters.   Should it be illegal to sell information about the location and identification of big game animals in Wyoming?



A bill before the Wyoming Legislature creates a process for exonerating someone who has been wrongly convicted of a crime, if new evidence becomes available that shows the person is innocent. The bill does not include any form of restitution.   Should Wyoming provide restitution to someone wrongly convicted of a crime?





   LAST WEEK'S RESULTS
(WyomingNetwork does NOT represent this as a scientific poll.)
Governor Mead is calling for a cut of $66 million in education funding for the state. The Governor says Wyoming counties are expecting more revenue, which could be used to make up the shortfall.   Should education funding in Wyoming be cut by $66 million?

Yes
42.9%

No
57.1%

The Wyoming Legislature is considering a bill that would simplify how speeding tickets are written, and lower the fines for speeding. Money from speeding tickets is sent to school districts around the state. The Legislative Service Office says the bill would cut school funding by about $1.5 million over two years.  Should the bill pass?

Yes, lower the fines for speeding
48.8%

No, don’t lower the fines for speeding
51.2%



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