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"Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don't matter and those who matter don't mind."

~ Theodor "Dr. Seuss" Geisel (1904 -- 1991)

Wyoming Congressman Liz Cheney sent out a tweet that declared the letter President Trump sent firing FBI Director James Comey was “Best. Termination. Letter. Ever.” She later deleted that tweet.   Do you agree with her decision to send out the tweet, or her decision to delete it?

A group called Wyoming Promise is collecting signatures on petitions that would call on Congress to propose a 28th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. The Amendment would overturn the Citizens United decision, and specify that the right of political speech is enjoyed only by natural persons, not corporations or other organizations. The Amendment would also say that Congress and state legislatures may regulate political contributions and spending. Citizens United gave the right of political speech to corporations and other organizations and limited government regulation of campaign spending.   Should the Constitution be amended to overturn Citizens United?

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James Comey was leading the investigation into possible connections between the Trump campaign and Russia when he was fired. That led to calls for an independent special prosecutor to be named to conduct the investigation.   Should a special prosecutor investigate Russia’s involvement in the 2016 presidential campaign?

Yes, appoint a special prosecutor

No, a special prosecutor is not necessary

Wyoming lawmakers are talking with a private, for-profit prison corporation about building a new prison in Wyoming, and possibly operating it. For-profit prison companies have been accused of extensive lobbying to get governments to buy their services and keep the prisons as full as possible, instead of focusing on rehabilitation and alternative sentencing options.   Should Wyoming contract with a private, for-profit prison company to run the state’s prisons?

Yes, let a private company run Wyoming’s prisons

No, prisons should be run by the state of Wyoming


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