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Barrasso: Democrats’ Eight Year War on Coal is the Real Reason Coal Miners are Suffering
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Wyoming Basketball Suffers 74-71
Loss Against Idaho

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"I stopped believing in Santa Claus when my mother took me to see him in a department store, and he asked for my autograph."

~ Shirley Temple Black (1928 – 2014)


   THIS WEEK'S POLL
A bill before the Legislature would charge sales tax to out of state businesses selling to Wyoming residents online, if the business sells more than $100,000 within the state during the year. Wyoming businesses selling on the internet do not have that minimum exemption.   Should Wyoming businesses that sell less than $100,000 to Wyoming residents be exempt from sales tax?



The Secretary of the Interior has stopped new mining claims just outside Yellowstone National Park. A company that wants to mine for gold is upset about the move, and says it will doom their project.   Should the Trump Administration reverse the decision, and allow mining along the borders of Yellowstone?





   LAST WEEK'S RESULTS
(WyomingNetwork does NOT represent this as a scientific poll.)
The FCC is looking into a new product offered by cable internet provider AT&T, which owns DirectTV. AT&T says if you subscribe to DirectTV Now, the streaming videos you watch won’t count against your data limits. Services like Netflix and Hulu are crying foul. They say if streaming a movie on the Disney Channel won’t count against your data, then streaming the same movie on Netflix or Hulu shouldn’t count either.   Should the FCC stop AT&T from offering streaming on their service at a different rate from other services?

Stop AT&T – all services should be treated the same
41.7%

Allow AT&T to offer its own streaming service without counting towards data limits
58.3%

There’s been a lot of discussion about fake news websites advertising and linking on Facebook. Some say the fake news sites had an impact on the November election. Others disagree.   Can you tell the difference between a fake news website and legitimate media?

Yes, I can tell if I’m on a fake news website
54.2%

No, they all look the same to me
45.8%



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