Everyone who is interested in supporting the HB-179 to email the committee. Here are the email addresses you can copy and paste into the addressee line:
email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com
On the subject line you may want to consider: Please support HB 179
In the body you may want to consider something to the effect of: Data privacy isn’t a political issue. We need to have consent from those who are the owners of the data in order to collect, use, or share that data with any other entity.
Proponents of HB 111 suggest that this bill will provide school safety and security, but in reality it is nothing more than another GUN CONTROL SCHEME.
With this bill Wyoming citizens that already have a concealed carry permit would be required to get PERMISSION before they can carry their weapons on school property. And with the many different school districts within the state it is very likely that we will have several different policies on who, when and where a person can carry. Furthermore, it contradicts the state’s preemption law. So with this bill, unelected bureaucrats will decide what is lawful. And make no mistake, Progressives will use this law as a precedent to impose further gun control measures in different settings, such as parks, public buildings, etc.
HB-168 is the people’s choice to rid Wyoming of Common Core Standards and participation with federal intrusion of our state’s education.
Read the full text of the bill here: http://legisweb.state.wy.us/2014/Introduced/HB0168.pdf
Keep your eyes on the 2014 Wyoming Budget Session! I just had a call from Cheyenne. Inside sources report, legislators who were involved in crafting and sponsoring SF104 are conspiring to draft another bill like it for 2014. The Cheyenne cronies club wants Cindy Hill out. They want to continue with the Common Core Standards. Passing SF104 was one of the worst strikes against liberty in Wyoming’s history. The Wyoming Supreme Court overturned SF104 to reinstate the office for Superintendent of Public Instruction because it was unconstitutional and didn’t sit well with some. Clearly the Governor and some legislators are hell bent on continuing this charade! If another bill is introduced we need to march on Cheyenne!!!!! Sources also said, Matt Mead and specific legislators are preparing another attack in case the appeal to rehear the Wyoming Supreme Court decision of SF104 is denied. By passing a new bill it will need to be challenged in court again. This will cost Cindy Hill to pay her attorneys again to challenge it.