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HB0066 Died on 3rd Reading in the Senate Today

Lodging Tax Bill HB0066 Died on Third Reading in the Senate Today (Feb 25, 2019)
by Brenda Mongold

That was close. There were a lot of great arguments against this bill, several angles on which it could have been argued – and were. Here is the angle I took:

Appropriations for the Wyoming Tourism Board, figures taken from every Budget bill and Supplemental Appropriations bill, from 2001 to 2019 add up to $398,347,220.  I spent a great portion of my weekend trying to find audits, evaluations, summaries, reports or any document that shows accountability for this significant amount of funds that the Wyoming Tourism Board is appropriated and that the Wyoming Office of Tourism spends.  I have not found a single document that accounts for the receiving and expending of these funds. read more

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Wyoming Legislators Want State to De-Risk Investments by Holding Gold and Silver

Cheyenne, Wyoming (January 17, 2019) – A group of Wyoming legislators have introduced three bills this week to de-risk the state’s financial holdings with modest allocations to physical gold and silver in the state’s pension fund, reserve fund, and mineral trust fund.

Introduced by Representative Roy Edwards (R-Gillette) and co-sponsored by 15 others, the Wyoming Sound Money Trust Act (HB 174) empowers the State Treasurer to hold at least 10% of the Permanent Wyoming Mineral Trust Fund in the monetary metals in a depository in or near the state of Wyoming. read more

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Friess vs Hageman: Revealing Exchange About LIBERTY

Friess vs Hageman: another revealing exchange about LIBERTY from the Evanston debate August 11

Foster doesn’t understand the Supreme Court ruling in Masterpiece. According to him, all has been “pretty well….resolved”, so why don’t we all get together to talk about this “non-issue” over another cup of coffee. But he’s wrong, it has not been resolved. These cases will keep coming. The Colorado Civil Rights Commission went after Jack Phillips again, just this week.

Harriet says we are ALL equal before the law, no matter our views on sexuality or religion, and no law should create special rights for any group. read more

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Which Bathroom Will the New Governor Use

Every day, we receive a Foster Friess flier. Today, with endorsements from veterans, all no doubt warrior patriots and good men. Tomorrow, there will probably be another one in this flood of endorsements from national figures. But what do any of these people know about Wyoming?

It’s great that Foster knows lots of people outside our state.

Does any of this matter to us in Wyoming? No, it does not.

Read below to see what really matters.

Last Saturday, a debate took place in Evanston. A friend called me, in shock at what Foster said. Yesterday, I finally obtained the transcript, which you see below. read more

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Gubernatorial Endorsement

Just yesterday morning I announced my endorsement in the GOP gubernatorial primary and as a conservative here in Wyoming, I wanted to personally send YOU a copy of it.

I believe that Wyoming is at a crossroads.

As our our economy cooled off, state spending is only heating up — leaving conservatives in Cheyenne to wonder, just who is going to pay for it all.

While we’ve recently made progress in the Second Amendment, our outgoing Governor vetoed a major gun bill in 2017 and wouldn’t even sign my Stand-Your-Ground legislation this year. read more

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