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Don't hurt the kids but cut the spending

Bob Nelson and Glenn Woods discuss how necessary cuts to Wyoming's education spending need not hurt kids, but will require courage and hard choices.

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Education Spending and Outcomes

In this short video, Amy Edmonds outlines the disconnect between skyrocketing education spending and student outcomes. If you think spending more means better outcomes, you must watch this video. 

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Cost of K-12 Education in Wyoming

WyLiberty's financial analyst Bob Nelson talks about the annual cost of K-12 education in Wyoming. 

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Reverse the Santa Claus State Before it is Too Late

Maureen Bader and Glenn Woods discuss Governor Mead's 8-percent budget cuts, how they do little to shrink the size of government to a level remaining taxpayers can afford, and how citizens can hold candidates accountable in the next election. 

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A Pledge to Protect Taxpayers

Maureen Bader and Glenn Woods discuss the Taxpayers Protection Pledge and how this will help hold politicans accountable after the next election. Wyoming's government bloated up on the back of a minerals tax windfall. That windfall is over. How will the gap between spending and revenue be filled? Find out how you can have a say in that decision.

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The University of Wyoming's Misleading Medicaid Expansion Survey

Charlie Katebi and Glenn Woods discuss a recent survey by the University of Wyoming and why it falsly concludes that Wyomingites support Obamacare's Medicaid Expansion.

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Revenue Rout and Regime Reaction

Maureen Bader and Glenn Woods from Boldrepublic.com discuss the precipitous drop in tax revenue and the government's predictable response. But is that the only, or even best solution? Watch this short video to hear about a better way to go.

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