Here are a few thoughts on the latest bills posed on Wyoleg.gov. Please reach out to your legislators and tell them to stop the shenanigans. No new taxes, free Wyoming from the clutches of the Feds, protect life, and quit lying to us about the purpose of bills. HB-162 and HJ-5 are the more classically… Read More »More and more bills from the House of Representatives…
In 2014 I built the first version of Evidence-Based Wyoming to analyze the votes of Wyoming legislators as they voted on legislative bills. Initially known as Evidence-Based Politics, Evidence-Based Wyoming was then first conceived as a mathematical science experiment that could be used to demonstrate and predict the voting proclivities of Wyoming legislators. What follows… Read More »Evidence-Based Wyoming, the early years
Betrayal, it happens in Cheyenne too. I’ve always thought that it is in the little things you see a man for what he truly believes. His dedication to your shared cause can be seen in how he handles the little things, the things no one will ever really notice or amount to a hill of… Read More »Betrayal
The March portion of this fragmented legislative session is quickly approaching. that means it’s time to get caught up on bills that are important to you or Wyoming. Feel free to disagree with me, I might be wrong. I’ve read all the bills and classified the important ones into three categories, Must Fail, Must Pass,… Read More »Beware the Lawmakers of March…
So on February 6th, 2021, the Wyoming GOP censured Representative Liz Cheney for her vote to impeach President Donald J. Trump. Here’s my hot take: No big deal, let’s move on. Eleven county GOP parties had already censured Cheney, with five more scheduled to get theirs done after the meeting on February 6th. In other… Read More »So the Wyoming GOP censured Rep. Cheney.
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The 66th Wyoming Legislature is in session, kind of barely without the urgency to return to normalcy. So far the Legislature has met for a paltry nine days. In that time the legislature has had only 254 votes on a variety of bills. Compared to the first nine days of the last general session in… Read More »Legislative session sputters to life