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   JOKE    THOUGHT    OPINION
You’ll probably say today’s edition of the Joke of the Day is pretty cheesy!


"Most people would rather be certain they're miserable, than risk being happy."

~Robert Anthony


   THIS WEEK'S POLL
Two coal companies are objecting to plans to drill 1500 oil wells in the Powder River Basin in Wyoming. They say the area where the wells would be drilled overlaps existing and potential mining leases.   Who should have access to the area – oil companies or coal companies?



A bill proposed in the New York State Assembly would give police the authority to use Textalyzers, which can determine if a cell phone was in use just before a crash. Drivers who refuse to allow the use of a Textalyzer can have their license suspended.   Should Wyoming adopt a similar law?





   LAST WEEK'S RESULTS
(WyomingNetwork does NOT represent this as a scientific poll.)
Several commercial companies sent out tweets in mourning and respect after Prince died. Some fans said the companies were trying to use the death to market their products. Others believed they were only trying to honor Prince’s memory.   Should commercial companies offer public condolences when someone prominent dies?

Yes, they should offer public condolences
41.3%

No, condolences could be seen as a form of advertising
58.7%

The Riverton City Council has given preliminary approval to raising the fines for underage tobacco use to $750. Supporters say raising fines is a way to fight underage tobacco use. Critics say the move will have little or no impact.   Should fines for underage use of tobacco be raised statewide?

Yes, raise the fines for underage tobacco use
66.7%

No, don’t raise fines – they don’t have an impact
33.3%



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