WyLiberty Attorneys Win Aggregate Contribution Limit Case

by admin
August 29, 2014


CHEYENNE – Judge Alan Johnson of the United States District Court for the District of Wyoming approved a settlement in Brophy v. Maxfield today, halting the enforcement of a two-year aggregate contribution limit under Wyoming law. The settlement ends a … Continue reading

Wyoming’s Pension Plans – Reform, Ruin or Bail Out

by Maureen Bader
August 26, 2014


The current government pension plan is a legacy from a bygone era, holding a gold-plated promise of retirement security that Bernie Madoff would have been proud of. It is time for pension contribution fairness – bureaucrats must contribute more to their own retirement. Continue reading

Fracking or Golfing: Who Needs More Water?

by Christina Larson
August 20, 2014


Among the many myths being spread around about fracking, the one about water consumption may be the most audacious one. Anti-fracking activists keep insisting that the process of hydraulic fracturing is threatening the water supplies in the West. This myth … Continue reading

House Bills Make Progress on Improving the Endangered Species Act

by Christina Larson
August 18, 2014


Western lawmakers at all levels are painfully aware of the shortcomings of the Endangered Species Act (ESA), a law that was created with bipartisan support 41 years ago. A few weeks ago, Wyoming Congresswoman Cynthia Lummis, co-chair of the ESA … Continue reading

Laramie has a Free Speech Problem

by Boyd Wiggam
August 12, 2014


The city’s political sign regulations treat signs differently depending on which candidate the political sign supports. Such regulations more closely resemble rules dictators use than the American constitutional system of democracy. Continue reading

Fuel Poverty – Coming Soon to Wyoming

by Maureen Bader
August 11, 2014


A quick look at price trends for goods and services reveals a head scratcher. While prices in the private sector tend to fall, prices in government-regulated industries, much like the cost of government itself, tend to rise. Why might that … Continue reading

Data Centers Threaten to Doom Families to Fuel Poverty

by Maureen Bader
August 7, 2014


Corporate welfare violates the Wyoming Constitution. Data Center tax breaks cost taxpayers more than $500,000 per job. Higher electricity demand could send electricity rates skyward. Instead of picking winners and losers, the government should reduce taxes for all companies and … Continue reading

WyLiberty Wins Free Speech Case for Minor Party and Independent Candidates

by admin
August 6, 2014


CHEYENNE, WY – Judge Alan B. Johnson of the United States District Court for the District of Wyoming approved a settlement in the case Wills v. Maxfield today, issuing a consent order that halts enforcement of certain campaign finance laws … Continue reading

Signs, Speech Everywhere in Cheyenne

by Steve Klein
August 5, 2014


(Disclaimer: This blog post contains photographs of political signs. Wyoming Liberty Group is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that cannot, and does not, endorse candidates. We can, however, champion the rights of free people to speak out about candidates, including through political … Continue reading

Playing Chicken with the FEC

by Steve Klein
July 31, 2014


Since the United States Supreme Court denied certiorari in our case Free Speech v. Federal Election Commission (that is, declined to hear the case), one of the issues raised in the case has only become more pressing. We argued that … Continue reading

WyLiberty Attorneys Win Aggregate Contribution Limit Case

by admin
August 29, 2014


CHEYENNE – Judge Alan Johnson of the United States District Court for the District of Wyoming approved a settlement in Brophy v. Maxfield today, halting the enforcement of a two-year aggregate contribution limit under Wyoming law. The settlement ends a … Continue reading

Wyoming’s Pension Plans – Reform, Ruin or Bail Out

by Maureen Bader
August 26, 2014


The current government pension plan is a legacy from a bygone era, holding a gold-plated promise of retirement security that Bernie Madoff would have been proud of. It is time for pension contribution fairness – bureaucrats must contribute more to their own retirement. Continue reading

Fracking or Golfing: Who Needs More Water?

by Christina Larson
August 20, 2014


Among the many myths being spread around about fracking, the one about water consumption may be the most audacious one. Anti-fracking activists keep insisting that the process of hydraulic fracturing is threatening the water supplies in the West. This myth … Continue reading

House Bills Make Progress on Improving the Endangered Species Act

by Christina Larson
August 18, 2014


Western lawmakers at all levels are painfully aware of the shortcomings of the Endangered Species Act (ESA), a law that was created with bipartisan support 41 years ago. A few weeks ago, Wyoming Congresswoman Cynthia Lummis, co-chair of the ESA … Continue reading

Laramie has a Free Speech Problem

by Boyd Wiggam
August 12, 2014


The city’s political sign regulations treat signs differently depending on which candidate the political sign supports. Such regulations more closely resemble rules dictators use than the American constitutional system of democracy. Continue reading

Fuel Poverty – Coming Soon to Wyoming

by Maureen Bader
August 11, 2014


A quick look at price trends for goods and services reveals a head scratcher. While prices in the private sector tend to fall, prices in government-regulated industries, much like the cost of government itself, tend to rise. Why might that … Continue reading


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  • WyLiberty Summer Movie Night August 21, 2014, 6:00 pm

    Wyoming Liberty Group’s summer movie nights conclude Thursday, August 21 , with “Braveheart,” starring Mel Gibson. When his secret bride is executed for assaulting an English soldier, a commoner begins a revolt and leads Scottish warriors against the cruel English tyrant who rules Scotland with an iron fist. Admission is free and there will be complimentary popcorn and soda.

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