This conversation rambles to and fro, inclucing topics such as revenue streams (taxation), vax mandates, how OSHA works in Wyoming, the impending Legislative Special Session, run off elections, redistricting issues/concerns and tax exemptions.
All but one of the Wyoming legislators that voted against the special session have one thing in common: they are in bed with lobbyists. And it shouldn't come as any surprise what type of lobbyists they have been taking money from!
Inexplicably, columnist Rod Miller is defending pornography and pedophilia materials in Wyoming Libraries. Also, I visit with former Wyoming Representative Scott Clem about the actions of the Campbell County Commissioners, the Gillette library and the upcoming special session.
Doc Brown is that you? The paper in Gillette published an article about a Campbell County Commission vote that hadn't happened yet. Members of the public were justifiably incensed. Also, Rep John Bear explains what (hopefully) is going to happen with the special session that has been called.
Politicians are always "apologizing" for something. Really though, they almost always use a deceptive device to make you think that's what they are doing. It's a time honored tradition that Bill Novotny used in his statement. Also I visit with Laramie County Sheriff candidate James Barth.
Bill Novotny finally got sentenced for his DUI but he got off pretty easy--he didn't even appear before the judge. The legislative special session has been called by state legislators to thwart Sleepy Joe's vaccine mandates. Also, I discuss a proposal by the Johnson County Cemetery District to waste tax-payer dollars.