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Today’s edition of the Joke of the Day gave us a lot to think about!


"The customer doesn't expect everything will go right all the time; the big test is what you do when things go wrong."

~Sir Colin Marshall


   THIS WEEK'S POLL
The Joint Appropriations Committee has voted against calling a special session of the Wyoming Legislature to deal with the state budget. Governor Matt Mead has announced the layoffs of close to 700 contract employees and the need to cut $248 million from the state budget.   Should Wyoming call a special session of the Legislature to deal with the budget?



The Wyoming Legislature has repeatedly rejected expanding Medicaid under Obamacare. Governor Mead says the expansion would bring in $268 million in federal money to the state, although those funds would decline in later years.   In light of the state’s budget shortfall, should the Legislature reconsider its decision on expanding Medicaid?





   LAST WEEK'S RESULTS
(WyomingNetwork does NOT represent this as a scientific poll.)
Democrats in Congress want people who are on the federal terrorist watch list banned from buying guns. The National Rifle Association and many Republicans are blocking the effort, saying several of the recent mass shootings in the United States were committed by people who were not on the list, and they worry about someone erroneously put on the list losing his Second Amendment rights.  Should people on the federal terrorist watch list be allowed to buy guns?

Yes, allow those on the federal terrorist watch list to buy guns
25.0%

No, ban guns for those on the federal terrorist watch list
75.0%

More than 4 million people visited Yellowstone National Park last year, and the park is already seeing a major increase in visitation this year. The National Park Service is considering putting limits on the number of people that can visit popular national parks on a given day. The Service says overcrowding strains resources, and can put visitors and park employees at risk.   Should limits be placed on how many people can visit a national park?

Yes, put limits on daily visits
64.9%

No, don’t limit the number of visitors
35.1%



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