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Susan Gore and the Founding of WyLiberty

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How to Contact Your Legislator

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Citizens Empowered

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Tales from Tampa Two

By Charles Curley on August 29, 2012

There will be a lot said about how the Republicans showed great unity, gathering themselves behind their freshly minted nominees, Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan. Something will be said about how the Ron Paul effort was finally squelched, as state after state announced its votes for Romney. And you might hear about how the convention security theater meant delegates stuck on buses for hours after the convention.

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Tales from Tampa

By Charles Curley on August 29, 2012

The Republican National Convention (RNC) is on, come, well high water, anyway. As Hurricane Issac lashes the coast with high water and waves, Wyoming delegates are enjoying a day off. Some will be helping the Utah delegation prepare packets for school kids. Some will go to the local mall.

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State Primaries Show the Tea Party is Alive and Well

The Tea Party was not a flash in the pan, and as more time goes by it’s starting to look like a lasting political influence.  At the beginning of this year I commented that the Tea Party was in “hibernation,” but now that election season is upon us the resurgence I predicted has come full force.  (Yes, I’m aware that was far from a risky conjecture.)  And the Occupy movement?  Well, it has certainly moved—into irrelevance.

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Political Machinations in the Legislature, Part II: The Public Records Bill

The trials and tribulations of SF 25, while of less monetary concern than the ethanol bill, matched all the legislative drama and for some legislators took on a more personal tone.

The bill was the product of debates over Wyoming’s antiquated open records statutes. Wyoming’s open records laws, enacted in 1969 as the Wyoming Public Records Act, define what government information is accessible to the public. Recent court battles over the definition of the law highlighted the need for revisions to the existing statutes. During last year’s interim, legislators requested representatives of Wyoming’s media and local government lobbying interests come together and craft a compromise bill both sides could live with.

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