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Boyd Wiggam speaks with Julio Rausseo on KFBC about the decision facing Cheyenne voters

Boyd Wiggam speaks with Julio Rausseo on KFBC about the decision facing Cheyenne voters – keep the strong mayor form of local government or shift to a city administrator. November 3, 2015

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Boyd Wiggam speaks with Chuck Gray on KVOC in Casper about some of the ads related to the the upcoming smoking ban referendum in Casper and how they create rights out of thin air

Boyd Wiggam speaks with Chuck Gray on KVOC in Casper about some of the ads related to the the upcoming smoking ban referendum in Casper and how they create rights out of thin air. November 2, 2015

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Boyd Wiggam speaks with Chuck Gray about the upcoming smoking ban referendum in Casper and where you can make your views known

Boyd Wiggam speaks with Chuck Gray about the upcoming smoking ban referendum in Casper and where you can make your views known. October 21, 2015

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Strong Mayor vs. City Administrator – A Choice for Citizens in Cheyenne

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Boyd Wiggam speaks with Gary Freeman on KGAB about the question the City of Cheyenne has posed to city residents

Do we want to change our form of local government from a strong mayor to a city administrator? October 20, 2015

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The Legislature Can Help Fix Wyoming’s City Government Problems

Wyoming’s two largest cities are currently struggling to define how city leadership will work in the near future. Cheyenne’s City Council is pressing forward with a proposal to strip the elected mayor of most of his authority in favor of a city administrator that the City Council will hire. Casper’s City Council must also find a new City Manager to take office later this year because the current manager is retiring in November.

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Business Ready Communities or Corporate Welfare?

The Wyoming Business Council (WBC) enables a number of programs that funnel tax dollars to private companies. When the WBC asked the State Loan and Investment Board for a $1.35 million grant for a Wyoming town to benefit a private company, McGinley Orthopaedic Innovations, the Board rubber stamped it, as expected.

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