Wyoming law requires local governments to buy advertising for legal notices in newspapers that have a minimum circulation of 500 and are for sale to readers. Sublette County tried moving the legals to a free shopper, which the county estimated would save $20,000 a year. A judge has ruled against the county, saying that using the shopper did not comply with state law.
Should legal notices only be allowed in paid newspapers?
Legal notices should only be published in regular newspapers
Legal notices should be allowed in free shoppers
A coalition of Native American tribes has asked the Wyoming Game and Fish Department to transplant grizzly bears to appropriate habitats within reservations, rather than allow trophy hunting of the animals. Native Americans consider grizzlies to be sacred, and could transplant all of the bears that would be used for hunting. Game and Fish is considering the proposal.
Should grizzly bears in Wyoming be transplanted to reservations, or managed through hunting?
Transplant grizzly bears to reservations
Allow hunting of grizzly bears