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We brought a gift to church, but it was turned down because of today’s edition of the Joke of the Day!


"Everything that irritates us about others can lead us to an understanding of ourselves."

~ Carl Jung (1875 - 1961)


   THIS WEEK'S POLL
After more than 7 years of fighting, and after taking control of the White House, Senate, and House of Representatives, the Republicans in Washington have not been able to come up with a health care plan better than Obamacare. Analysts say all of the Republican plans will increase premiums and provide less coverage to millions of Americans.   Should Republicans concede that Obamacare is the best way to provide health care to Americans?



An outfitter in Jackson is facing charges of animal cruelty for tying down a horse that later died. The prosecutor asked the judge in the case to take custody of the outfitter’s other animals. The judge refused, saying there had not been a conviction in the case.   Do you agree with the judge’s decision?





   LAST WEEK'S RESULTS
(WyomingNetwork does NOT represent this as a scientific poll.)
Wyoming’s cities and towns are sharing $105 million allocated by the Wyoming Legislature during the current two year budget cycle. The cities and towns say they need the money to stay afloat. Legislators say they have to make up a funding shortfall in the next budget caused by the decline in the energy industry.   Should the Legislature allocate the same money in the next state budget?

Yes, give the cities and towns the same amount of money as this year
37.0%

No, give the cities and towns less money
48.1%

Give the cities and towns more money
14.8%

The head of Peabody Energy is calling for a two year moratorium on retiring coal plants. Power companies have been shutting down coal plants because it is cheaper to replace them with facilities that use natural gas. Another reason is the regulations that limit the amount of air pollution coal plants can release.   Should power companies stop closing coal fired power plants?

Stop closing the coal fired power plants
84.6%

Power companies should continue to close coal plants for economic reasons
15.4%



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