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We have the results of our scientific research, and they’ve got us hopping. The details are in today’s edition of the Joke of the Day!

"Be kind - Remember every one you meet is fighting a battle - everybody's lonesome."

~Marion Parker

The $199 million contract to do renovations to the Wyoming State Capitol, the Herschler building and the capitol grounds has been awarded to a company based in Missouri.   Should the state have awarded the contract to a Wyoming company, even if it might have cost more?

The Pentagon has announced plans to recruit illegal aliens who came to the United States as children and grew up here. The recruits would be offered an expedited path to citizenship if they serve in the U.S. military.   Should serving in the military be a way for illegal aliens to become citizens?

(WyomingNetwork does NOT represent this as a scientific poll.)
Nine Wyoming school districts have formed a coalition to call on the Legislature to take inflation into account when allocating funds. They say the state has underpaid the school districts by $151 million. They want adjustments for inflation to be automatically included in Wyoming’s budget allocations.   Should budget increases due to inflation be automatic?

Yes, make inflation increases automatic

No, set budgets every year

The Jackson Town Council has set aside certain parking spaces in downtown Jackson for use by hybrid vehicles. Supporters say that designating those parking spaces will encourage use of electric and natural gas powered vehicles. Opponents disagree, saying a parking space isn’t much of an incentive.   Should communities create parking spaces for hybrid vehicles?

Yes, designate parking for hybrids

No special spaces for hybrids


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