Wyoming is the Equality State!

i Apr 23rd No Comments by

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Wyoming is the Equality State!

    Subject: Join me and stand for the Equality State!

    16 of our elected lawmakers have brought it upon themselves to try to put an end to same-sex marriage in our state and country. Join me and write a letter to show to them Wyoming doesn’t stand for inequality!

    Tell these 16 Wyoming Lawmakers to stand for Equality


    Wyoming: Raise the Wage!

    i Apr 13th No Comments by

    Wyoming needs to increase it’s minimum wage. It would help it’s people and build a stronger economy in our state.

    Sign up and Share this page to as many people as you can to show that Wyomingites are willing to pay people a livable wage!

    Over two thirds of Wyomingites who are working on minimum wage are closer to their 40’s than their teens, netting them around $16,000 a year. For a family of 3 that is about $4,000 below the poverty line and we want to change that.

    If Wyoming increased it’s minimum wage to $10.10 an hour the effects would be less than you’d think. A Big Mac from Mcdonalds for example, to keep the same profits, would increase in price at around 15 cents. DVDs at WalMart would go up by a single penny.

    Click Here to Show Your Support!

    Decriminalize Cannabis in Wyo!

    i Mar 25th No Comments by

    How much does jailing people for cannabis use cost Wyoming each year? $1.3 million.

    Currently, possession of up to a half-ounce of cannabis is Wyoming can result in up to a year in jail and/or a $1,000 fine. We want to see that changed.

    We don’t think so and we’d like you to stand up for decriminalizing cannabis in Wyoming.

    This is the first step on a long road to bring Wyoming into the 21st century. Sign the petition today and stay up to date as we progress towards a better Wyoming.

    Decriminalizing Cannabis is the right thing to do. Sign the petition to show your support to bring Wyoming into the present.

    Raise the Wage Wyoming!

    i Mar 12th No Comments by

    Wyoming holds the lowest minimum wage in the country, tied with Georgia and after the most recent legislative session that doesn’t seem like it will change anytime soon.

    When we confront policy makers with the struggles that real people face just to make ends meet, they can no longer hide behind the same old tired excuses.

    Minimum wage workers are older than you think. Minimum wage workers are not just teenagers. Nearly 90% of minimum wage workers are 20 years or older. The average minimum wage worker is 35 years old.

    That’s why we need you to share your story and send this link to anyone you know who is living sparse paycheck to paycheck.

    With your story, we can make sure that your life experience – rather than wealthy corporations’ – is at the center of the economic debate in Wyoming.

    Stand up and Take Action for a Better Wyoming