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   THIS WEEK'S POLL
Millions of refugees are fleeing the fighting in Syria, and trying to get to Europe and other areas. Germany says it will accept 800,000 refugees this year. Great Britain has accepted 5,000 refugees and says it will take in thousands more. The United States says it will allow 5-8,000 refugees, less than 10% of what Germany is taking in.   Should the United States allow more Syrian refugees to come into the country?



Wyoming’s prisons are filled to capacity. The state has to either build more prisons, or find alternative ways of handling people convicted of crimes, such as shorter sentences, more probation, use of drug treatment facilities, or community service.   Should the state build more prisons, or expand the use of alternative sentences?





   LAST WEEK'S RESULTS
(WyomingNetwork does NOT represent this as a scientific poll.)
The Wyoming Commission on Judicial Conduct and Ethics is holding a hearing on a Pinedale Municipal Judge who refused to perform same sex marriages because of her religious beliefs. One possible outcome could be removing the judge from office.   Should elected and public officials be required to fulfill all of the duties of their office, regardless of their religious beliefs, or should they not be required to act in areas they disagree with?

Elected and public officials should fulfill all of their duties, regardless of their religious beliefs
83.8%

Elected and public officials should not be required to act in areas they disagree with
16.2%

Wyoming has one inmate on death row. The Wyoming Public Defender says the cost of continuing with necessary appeals and court actions will be very high.   Should Wyoming consider dropping the death penalty because the cost in taxpayer dollars is higher than life in prison?

Yes, drop the death penalty because of its costs
45.8%

No, the death penalty should stay
54.2%



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