Wyoming Liberty Group
Would your representative vote to require single mothers to pay an extra one percent on their phone bills to cover the cost of extending lines to a $4 million mansion someone decided to build on their newly acquired rural property? In the coming session, the Wyoming legislature will find itself faced with the sunset, or scheduled end, of the outdated Wyoming Telecommunications Act, originally drafted ca. 1995.
SHERIDAN, WY – Wyoming Liberty Group attorney Steve Klein testified before the Joint Corporations, Elections and Political Subdivisions Committee today at their first meeting before the 2015 Legislative Session. Klein testified in favor of changes to the Wyoming Election Code that relate to collecting signatures for ballot petitions.
Amy Edmonds discussed the progress of education legislation and how to achieve local control with Gary Freeman on KGAB. April 4, 2014 – KGAB Radio in Cheyenne.
Gov. Mead’s budget prioritizes spending increases, and that’s bad news for taxpayers. One priority is the proposed increase in government worker salaries as a way to stem worker turnover. But hiking state salaries would mean an even greater increase to government worker pension plans, paid for primarily by taxpayers, many of whom may not even have a pension plan. This session the legislature has the opportunity to stem the spending tide and ensure taxpayers are treated like more than just a wallet for the governor’s spending spree, by rejecting the pay hike for government workers.