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We’re discussing important family matters in today’s edition of the Joke of the Day!


"There are some things you can't share without ending up liking each other."

~ J. K. Rowling, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, 1997


   THIS WEEK'S POLL
The Wyoming State Loan and Investment Board has approved giving a $12.5 million dollar grant to a private company, to encourage it to move to Sheridan. The company, whose name has not been released, says it will create up to 90 jobs.   Should taxpayer dollars be given to private companies to encourage them to move to Wyoming?



The Wyoming Legislature will be considering a bill that would keep the state on Daylight Saving Time year round. The lawmaker sponsoring the bill says his constituents consider changing twice a year annoying and not necessary. Opponents say it would be difficult during the four months of the year when neighboring states are in Standard Time. Rep. Dan Laursen says other states might follow Wyoming’s lead.   Should Wyoming stay on Daylight Saving Time year-round?





   LAST WEEK'S RESULTS
(WyomingNetwork does NOT represent this as a scientific poll.)
A bill before the Wyoming Legislature would make it a crime to sell information about the location or identification of big game animals for the purpose of helping hunters.   Should it be illegal to sell information about the location and identification of big game animals in Wyoming?

Illegal - selling information about game animals should be illegal
87.1%

Legal - selling information about game animals should be legal
12.9%

A bill before the Wyoming Legislature creates a process for exonerating someone who has been wrongly convicted of a crime, if new evidence becomes available that shows the person is innocent. The bill does not include any form of restitution.   Should Wyoming provide restitution to someone wrongly convicted of a crime?

Yes, provide restitution
71.0%

No, do not provide restitution
29.0%



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