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"My definition of a free society is a society where it is safe to be unpopular."

~ Adlai Stevenson Jr. (1900-1965)

Two conservative businessmen are considering challenging Senator John Barrasso in the Wyoming Republican Primary next year. Barrasso is part of the Senate leadership, working closely with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. His potential opponents think Barrasso is vulnerable because of his connection with McConnell.  Should Senator Barrasso give up his leadership position and distance himself from Mitch McConnell?

President Trump has decided to stop providing subsidies to health insurance companies. The subsidies lowered the premiums for many Americans, and premiums are now expected to increase significantly.   Do you agree with the President’s decision?

(WyomingNetwork does NOT represent this as a scientific poll.)
The Las Vegas shooter who killed 59 people and wounded hundreds modified his weapons using a bump stock. The bump stock allowed him to shoot more bullets at a time. The NRA is calling for new regulations concerning bump stocks. Wyoming’s congressional delegation is opposed to the NRA’s position.   Should there be new regulations concerning bump stocks?

Yes, regulate bump stocks

No, do not regulate bump stocks

The Affordable Care Act included a requirement that employers offer birth control in their health insurance plans. The Trump Administration is removing that requirement.   Should birth control be offered in employer health insurance?

Yes, require that birth control be offered in insurance

No, do not require that birth control be offered in insurance


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