WyLiberty Brief Helps Turn Tide in Texas Free Speech Case

by admin
March 26, 2015


DALLAS, TX – The Texas Fifth Court of Appeals ruled yesterday in Cary v. Texas that evidence presented by state prosecutors to convict David Cary of bribery, money laundering and engaging in organized criminal activity was legally insufficient. The state … Continue reading

Obamacare’s Crisis and Opportunity

by Charlie Katebi
March 25, 2015


In March, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in King v. Burwell, a case that could decide the fate of Obamacare in Wyoming and around the country.  The case centers on whether the federal government has the authority to issue … Continue reading

Time for Real Choice in Education

by Amy Edmonds
March 24, 2015


Parents must be freed to direct and choose their children’s educational path and the federal government must remove itself entirely from the education policy arena. Continue reading

How Other Spending Obscures Wyoming’s Fiscal Cliff

by Maureen Bader
March 23, 2015


Wyoming’s budgeting process is extremely complicated and these complications could lead us blindly off the fiscal cliff. It is time for Wyoming to bring its spending in line with taxpayer’s ability to pay. Continue reading

Cheyenne’s Campaign Against Wyoming-Grown Business

by Boyd Wiggam
March 20, 2015


Cities like Cheyenne use zoning codes to prohibit residents from starting many small business types from home. Casper’s home occupations ordinance shows there is a better way. Continue reading

WyLiberty Attorneys File Brief in Wisconsin Free Speech Case

by admin
March 19, 2015


Wisconsin threatens what most Americans consider honest civic engagement Continue reading

Uncompensated Care Calamity

by Charlie Katebi
March 18, 2015


If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again.  After the Wyoming legislature overwhelmingly rejected Medicaid expansion, its advocates returned to the drawing board to design another half-baked measure to help hospitals cope with the rising cost of uncompensated care. … Continue reading

The 2015 Supplemental Budget – A Wrap Up

by Maureen Bader
March 16, 2015


If Governor Mead continues pushing for a rainy day fund raid instead of bringing the size of government down to a level citizens can afford to fund, he will leave our children and grandchildren with a legacy of debt and higher taxes. Continue reading

Wyoming Legislature 2015: Political Speech Boogaloo

by Steve Klein
March 12, 2015


Although many excellent bills in the 2015 Legislative Session did not become law—asset forfeiture reform, drone regulation, and RS2477 rights of way, to name a few—a number of excellent amendments to the Wyoming Election Code passed and were signed by … Continue reading

Government-Sponsored Development—Less Than Meets the Eye

by Maureen Bader
March 9, 2015


Handouts to companies who may have come anyway because of Wyoming’s natural advantages are a colossal waste of money. Picking favorites is an ineffective job-creation tool with elusive tax revenue promises. Corporate welfare schemes continue for appearance’s sake. Continue reading

WyLiberty Brief Helps Turn Tide in Texas Free Speech Case

by admin
March 26, 2015


DALLAS, TX – The Texas Fifth Court of Appeals ruled yesterday in Cary v. Texas that evidence presented by state prosecutors to convict David Cary of bribery, money laundering and engaging in organized criminal activity was legally insufficient. The state … Continue reading

Obamacare’s Crisis and Opportunity

by Charlie Katebi
March 25, 2015


In March, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in King v. Burwell, a case that could decide the fate of Obamacare in Wyoming and around the country.  The case centers on whether the federal government has the authority to issue … Continue reading

Time for Real Choice in Education

by Amy Edmonds
March 24, 2015


Parents must be freed to direct and choose their children’s educational path and the federal government must remove itself entirely from the education policy arena. Continue reading

How Other Spending Obscures Wyoming’s Fiscal Cliff

by Maureen Bader
March 23, 2015


Wyoming’s budgeting process is extremely complicated and these complications could lead us blindly off the fiscal cliff. It is time for Wyoming to bring its spending in line with taxpayer’s ability to pay. Continue reading

Cheyenne’s Campaign Against Wyoming-Grown Business

by Boyd Wiggam
March 20, 2015


Cities like Cheyenne use zoning codes to prohibit residents from starting many small business types from home. Casper’s home occupations ordinance shows there is a better way. Continue reading

WyLiberty Attorneys File Brief in Wisconsin Free Speech Case

by admin
March 19, 2015


Wisconsin threatens what most Americans consider honest civic engagement Continue reading


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