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We got lazy about today’s edition of the Joke of the Day!

"The most profound statements are often said in silence."

~Lynn Johnston (1947 - ), For Better or For Worse, 01-15-04

The Wyoming Legislature is considering a bill that would allow state agencies to charge fees when members of the public want to inspect electronic records. They say the fees would cover the costs of staff time needed to prepare the records. Opponents say the state employees are already paid by the taxpayers, and extra fees should not be imposed.   Should state agencies charge fees to prepare electronic records for the public?

Uber has announced plans to launch a fleet of self-driving cars in Pittsburgh.  Would you feel comfortable riding in a self-driving car?

(WyomingNetwork does NOT represent this as a scientific poll.)
The Wyoming Legislature has rejected hate crime laws in the past, saying the criminal acts were already covered under existing law. The state of Louisiana has made it a hate crime to attack a police officer or first responder just because of their uniform.   Should Wyoming make it a hate crime to attack someone because of their uniform, or keep the current policy that attacks are already illegal under existing law?

Make it a hate crime to attack someone because of their uniform

New hate crime laws are not needed

A Wyoming legislative committee is looking into the possibility of creating a facility to store highly radioactive nuclear waste in the state. The committee is only holding preliminary hearings.  Should Wyoming consider storing nuclear waste?

Yes, create a nuclear waste storage facility in Wyoming

No, do not allow nuclear waste to be stored in Wyoming


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