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This is a great time of year for family memories, and today’s edition of the Joke of the Day is all about that!

"A man travels the world over in search of what he needs and returns home to find it."

~George Moore

According to a new study, the 10 largest non-profit conservation organizations contribute $2.5 billion annually to habitat and wildlife conservation. Only 12.3 percent comes from hunters. 87.7 percent comes from the non-hunting public. The organizations want more input in how wildlife is managed, including those that oppose hunting or aggressive predator control.   Should conservation groups have more of a say in how wildlife is managed?

A Wyoming legislative committee has decided not to move forward on a bill concerning campaign contributions. The measure would have required groups that attack or support specific candidates to disclose their donors. The Joint Corporations, Elections and Political Subdivisions Interim Committee said the proposal was too broad.   Would you like to know who donated money to groups that attack or support individual candidates?

(WyomingNetwork does NOT represent this as a scientific poll.)
In June of 2013, the U.S. Senate passed an immigration bill with both Republican and Democratic votes. The House has not voted on the bill, and the Speaker of the House says the House will not take action this year. The President says he will use Executive Action if Congress doesn’t pass an immigration reform law.   Should the President act on his own if Congress doesn’t do anything about illegal immigration?

The President should act if Congress doesn’t

The President should do nothing about immigration reform

A task force for the Wyoming Legislature is considering bills that would improve the right to privacy in Wyoming. An attorney for the Wyoming Press Association is concerned that the measure could be used to keep the public from finding out about the activities of government officials.  Should laws concerning privacy cover government employees doing official business?

No, government employees should not have privacy concerning their work

Yes, government employees should have the same privacy rights as others


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