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"Part of being sane, is being a little bit crazy."

~Janet Long


   THIS WEEK'S POLL
President Obama has been moving toward normalizing relations with Cuba, which could eventually include lifting the travel bans, embargo, and possibly opening an American embassy in Havana. Opponents in Congress want to maintain the previous policies, and say the changes that Obama is proposing will not have a positive effect on people living in Cuba.  Should the United States normalize relations with Cuba?



The two largest cable companies in the United States, Comcast and Time Warner Cable, want to merge in a $45 billion deal. They say that the merger will “result in significant consumer benefits - faster broadband speeds, access to a superior video experience, and more competition in business services resulting in billions of dollars of cost savings.” The Justice Department is considering filing a lawsuit to block the merger, saying it would give one company too much control over nationwide broadband Internet and cable television programming.  Should the Comcast Time Warner Cable merger be allowed to go through?





   LAST WEEK'S RESULTS
(WyomingNetwork does NOT represent this as a scientific poll.)
The Wyoming Board of Land Commissioners, which is made up of the Governor and top four elected officials, has decided an energy company does not have to pay royalties on natural gas that it flared last year. If the company had sold and shipped the gas via pipeline, it would have paid $300,000.  Should energy companies in Wyoming pay royalties on gas that is flared but not sold?

No, royalties should be paid only on gas that is sold.
30.9%

Yes, royalties should be paid on all gas extracted from Wyoming.
69.1%

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was found guilty on 30 counts connected with the Boston Marathon bombing two years ago. 3 people were killed and more than 200 wounded in the attack. The penalty phase for Tsarnaev’s trial begins on April 21.   Should he receive the death penalty or life in prison?

Death Penalty
73.0%

Life in Prison
27.0%



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