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Happy Thanksgiving! We brought along today’s edition of the Joke of the Day for dinner!

"Make your life a mission - not an intermission."

~Arnold Glasgow

In the wake of the Paris attacks, some Republican presidential candidates want to bar Syrian refugees from entering the United States, or only allow Christian refugees in. President Obama says the refugees are carefully vetted, and that those who oppose allowing refugees are afraid of widows and orphans.  Should the United States change its policy on refugees?

A Wyoming legislative committee has voted against a proposal that would allow communities to levy fines against the owners of abandoned buildings. Supporters said abandoned buildings lower the values of nearby properties, and the fines would encourage the building owners to either sell their properties or fix them up. Opponents said it would violate private property rights.  Should the owners of abandoned buildings be fined?

(WyomingNetwork does NOT represent this as a scientific poll.)
A state legislative committee is considering a bill that would make the possession of 1 pound or more of marijuana edibles a felony.   Should the legislation become law?

Yes, make marijuana edibles a felony

No, don’t make marijuana edibles a felony

The Wyoming Legislature’s Joint Education Committee is considering increasing the money given to students who receive Hathaway Scholarships, because of tuition increases at the University of Wyoming and community colleges in the state. The Committee wants it to be easier for more Wyoming students to go to college. At the same time, the state is expecting a budget shortfall of about $600 million.   Should Hathaway Scholarships be increased?

Yes, increase the Hathaway Scholarship

No, don’t increase the Hathaway Scholarship


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