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Fresh update on "wyoming" discussed on All Things Considered

All Things Considered

00:57 min | 7 min ago

Fresh update on "wyoming" discussed on All Things Considered

"Thank you Also. To Wyoming, now home state of Congresswoman was chaining. She was removed as the third ranking House Republican yesterday for calling out former President Trump's ongoing lies about the 2020 election. She is the on Lee House member to represent the country's least populated state. So How are Republicans? They're feeling about her demotion Well, Wyoming Public Radio's Catherine Wheeler has been asking Bring up Liz Cheney's name in Wyoming, and you're sure to get a reaction? I will say in the beginning I wasn't really supportive of Liz Cheney. That's Charlene Campbell in she's a lifelong Republican who lives on a ranch in rural northeastern Wyoming. Campbell in says when Cheney was first elected in 2016, she wasn't sure that Cheney had spent enough time in Wyoming getting to know the people. But her conservative voting record quickly turned Cameron's opinion around. What I really appreciate about what Liz has done is she has supported the industries that are critical to Wyoming. You know our energy industry she has championed that. On every turn like Republicans. Nationally, there's a split among Wyoming Republicans about Cheney's viewed with Trump. Well. Campbell in, says she didn't agree with Cheney's vote to impeach Trump. She also says the former president's rhetoric is not productive. We need to focus back on the policies on the platforms. That's where I wish that we were at is that we would just move on from this and focus on becoming more cohesive and working together. But many here are upset that Cheney keeps talking about Trump in the election. Gillette resident shall be back told, says Cheney's actions will affect how she votes in next year's primary. There is definitely a line in the sand. She is crossed. She has stood against her party. She has stood against us. She has not been our voice. A slew of Republicans have already announced primary challenges to Cheney. One worry is that with so many candidates, no one will be able to get enough votes to defeat Cheney says Bob Ferguson. He lives in north west Wyoming and also backs her ouster. Her position as a leadership role as head of the caucus is to build unity. You can't possibly build unity. If you're sitting there on a weekly basis, bashing all you know 50 million people that voted for President Trump. Still, Ferguson says he doesn't actually have an issue with Cheney's voting record, just her criticism of Trump. But for other Republicans here that outspokenness and her defense of Democratic values is important. Republican Randy Oh, Cree lives in Gillette, Wyoming. I try to look at people who have similar values and who kind of support Ah, good, virtuous system and so part of that support in the laws and the Constitution and and I think Liz has done a great job with that. In small states like Wyoming. Many people acknowledge that having a powerful congressional delegation is especially important to secure money and other priorities. Voters like Sharlene Campbell and worry that the state will lose clout now that Cheney isn't a member of GOP leadership. Don't underestimate that list still has a lot of support in this state because we value Her knowledge and what she what She knows how to get things done. Um, you can call it the swamp all day long. But it's still exist, and you still have to be able to navigate it. One thing all these voters agree on is that the fight over Liz Cheney's future is also a fight about the identity of the Republican Party for NPR News. I'm Catherine Wheeler in Gillette, Wyoming. You're listening to all things considered from NPR news. For more than a year. Mainland Southeast Asia was largely spared from the cove in 19 pandemic, Not any more recent outbreaks in Vietnam, Cambodia and Thailand have the country's leaders scrambling and the outbreaks show no sign of ending, Michael Sullivan reports. OK, so Carl Roberts lives on a hill in the far north of Thailand with.

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Cheney Defiant, Republicans Oust Her From Leadership for Rebuking Trump

Tim Conway Jr.

00:37 sec | 20 hrs ago

Cheney Defiant, Republicans Oust Her From Leadership for Rebuking Trump

"Wyoming Republican Congresswoman Liz Cheney's been voted out of her conference chair Roll. House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy says the vote wasn't about Cheney's criticism of former President Trump to do the conference chair job. About the messaging going forward. This has nothing to do about how somebody voted. This has nothing to do about they voted for impeachment or not. Janey says. Even without her leadership role, she'll keep fighting to improve the Republican Party. We are a party that can fight for conservative principles that can fight for substance. We cannot be dragged backward by the very dangerous lies of a former president Cheney was the highest ranking Republican woman in Congress

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Fresh update on "wyoming" discussed on The World

The World

00:58 min | 9 min ago

Fresh update on "wyoming" discussed on The World

"Possibly build unity. If you're sitting there on a weekly basis bashing all you know, 50 million people that voted for President Trump. Still, Ferguson says he doesn't actually have an issue with Cheney's voting record, just her criticism of Trump. But for other Republicans here that outspokenness and her defense of Democratic values is important. Republican Randy Oh, Cree lives in Gillette, Wyoming. I try to look at people who have similar values and And who kind of support Ah, good, virtuous system and so part of that support in the laws and the Constitution and and I think Liz has done a great job. But that Small states like Wyoming. Many people acknowledge that having a powerful congressional delegation is especially important to secure money and other priorities. Voters like Sharlene Campbell in worry that the state will lose clout now that Cheney isn't a member of GOP leadership. Don't underestimate that list still has a lot of support in this state because we value her knowledge and what she what she knows. How to get things done. Um, you can call it the swamp all day long. But it's still exist, and you still have to be able to navigate it. One thing all these voters agree on is that the fight.

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China's Census Shows That Population Barely Grew Last Year

Morning Edition

00:20 sec | 2 d ago

China's Census Shows That Population Barely Grew Last Year

"There will be a vote tomorrow on whether House Republicans will keep Wyoming Congress woman Liz Cheney in her leadership position. She's third and House GOP Authority, but she's faced tremendous pressure to quit. Cheney blames former President Donald Trump over his role in the deadly capital insurrection, and she rejects his lies that the election was stolen.

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Fresh update on "wyoming" discussed on The World

The World

00:52 min | 10 min ago

Fresh update on "wyoming" discussed on The World

"From NPR news. This is all things considered. I'm Mary Louise Kelly in Washington and I'm Elsa Chang in Los Angeles President Joe Biden had hoped to shift U. S foreign policy away from the Middle East, but Continued airstrikes, writing in the streets and a rising death toll, which has been many times higher in Gaza than in Israel, have thrust the Israeli Palestinian conflict back onto the Biden administration's agenda. In a call with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu yesterday, Biden said he hopes for a quick end to the hostilities. He reassured Israel of his unwavering support. But just what should U. S support look like well, to help us answer that question. We called Lucy Kurtzer. Ellen Bogan, who heads the Israeli Palestinian conflict program at the US Institute of Peace. Welcome. Thank you for having me. Let's just start with a bit of a look back before we look forward. Tell us why has this conflict historically been such a challenge for US administrations? Well, also, as you noted, this'd AH, It's a movie that keeps on repeating itself and successive administrations have found themselves confronting these same dynamics to varying degrees. Hard to the challenges that in between these explosions that we see there's a whole host of smoldering dynamics. Drivers spoiler behaviors on both sides that tend not to get addressed. And so until those underlying dynamics are addressed, I think we're unfortunate going to keep seeing this cycle. Well, the U. S has historically. In the only country to be an effective international peace broker in this conflict. But what role do you think this conflict should be playing in U. S policy? Well, what you're definitely seeing with the current administration is a very clear decision that I think it made didn't just stumble into two De prioritize this conflict to not be is engaged as you've seen other administrations before be. We have to recall that President Biden was vice president during two terms of President Obama, who in both terms engaged forcefully a right out the gate and his first administration and then a big push to final status negotiations. And really got burned both times. So we have to remember that President Biden is coming in with that memory. He's surrounded by an extremely experienced foreign policy team, but also many of whom were around. At that time, And as this administration comes in, facing a whole host of pressing domestic concerns, I think what you're seeing is an administration that has said this conflict does not yield much political and you know, even foreign policy benefit when we try to expand significant resources. I think what we're going to have to watch is does it reverse that approach right now? Obviously, the U. S administration, like other actors are engaged in trying to bring about a de escalation on bond to the immediate shooting. But the question is how actively engages wins? Not isn't actively accomplished. Yeah, well, anything specific that you can point to that the Biden administration needs to do in order to be an effective broker here. Certainly, I think the goal that said itself of resetting the relationship we establishing a relationship with the Palestinians will be important. You cannot be an effective broker. If you're really only talking to an engaged in one side. So that's number. 11 of the challenges the administration is going to face is increasing pressure, which it will see. Also, domestically knew you already see it brewing where to put its emphasis on its lens. On this conflict, there is a stronger push by many for this administration to focus heavily on human rights issues. For many what it sees to be human rights abuses on the part of Israel towards the Palestinians, And this administration itself has come out from the beginning, saying that it does plan to put more focus on human rights globally. And so I think you're going to see this administration facing a lot of pressure as it turns or when it turns its attention, this conflict and how it calibrates Andre. What's that tight rope as it navigates being an effective, incredible broken for both sides. Lucy Kurtzer. Ellen Bogan has theism Ailey Palestinian conflict program at the US Institute of Peace. Thank you very much for joining us today. Thank you Also. To Wyoming, now home State of Congress woman was chaining. She was removed as the third ranking House Republican yesterday for calling out former President Trump's ongoing lies about the 2020 election. She is the on Lee House member to represent the country's least populated state. So How are Republicans? They're feeling about her demotion Well, Wyoming Public Radio's Catherine Wheeler has been asking bring up Liz Cheney's name in Wyoming, and you're sure to get a reaction. I will say in the beginning I wasn't really supportive of Liz Cheney. That's Charlene Campbell in she's a lifelong Republican who lives on a ranch in rural northeastern Wyoming. Chamblin says. When Cheney was first elected in 2016, she wasn't sure that Cheney had spent enough time in Wyoming getting to know the people. But her conservative voting record quickly turned Cameron's opinion around. What I really appreciate about what Liz has done is she has supported the industries that are critical to Wyoming. You know our energy industry she has championed that. On every turn like Republicans. Nationally, there's a split among Wyoming Republicans about Cheney's viewed with Trump. While Campbell in says she didn't agree with Cheney's vote to impeach Trump. She also says the former president's rhetoric is not productive. We need to focus back on the policies on the platforms. That's where I wish that we were at is that we would just move on from this and focus on becoming more cohesive and working together. But many here are upset that Cheney keeps talking about Trump in the election. Gillette resident shall be back told says Cheney's actions will affect how she votes in next year's primary. There is definitely a line in the sand, but she has crossed. She has stood against her party. She has stood against us. She has not been our voice. A slew of Republicans have already announced primary challenges to Cheney. One worry is that with so many candidates No one will be able to get enough votes to defeat Cheney, says Bob Ferguson. He lives in north west Wyoming and also backs her ouster. Her position as a leadership role as head of the caucus is to build unity..

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House Republicans Will Vote on Liz Cheney’s Position Wednesday

Morning Edition

00:23 sec | 2 d ago

House Republicans Will Vote on Liz Cheney’s Position Wednesday

"There will be a vote tomorrow on whether House Republicans will keep Wyoming Congress woman Liz Cheney in her leadership position. She's third and House GOP Authority, but she's faced tremendous pressure to quit. Cheney blames former President Donald Trump over his role in the deadly capital insurrection, and she rejects his lies that the election was stolen. Nbcuniversal says it won't

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Fresh update on "wyoming" discussed on All Things Considered

All Things Considered

00:35 sec | 21 min ago

Fresh update on "wyoming" discussed on All Things Considered

"And it is 3 29 Year at KCRW Up ahead on all things considered for your Thursday afternoon, House Republican Liz Cheney has lost her leadership post in some of her constituents. Say, Well, that's just fine. You're gonna hear more on how Republicans in northeast Wyoming view Cheney in the wake of the vote to remove her from office, not from office, but from her leadership position, And even with conflicting opinions. There are a couple of points that many folks in Wyatt in Wyoming agree upon. We'll talk about some of those for over a year. Now. Mainland Southeast Asia was largely spared from the covert 19 pandemic. Well, not anymore. Recent outbreaks in Vietnam, Cambodia and Thailand are infecting.

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McCarthy Announces Vote to Oust Liz Cheney from Leadership

Morning Edition

00:23 sec | 2 d ago

McCarthy Announces Vote to Oust Liz Cheney from Leadership

"There will be a vote tomorrow on whether House Republicans will keep Wyoming Congress woman Liz Cheney in her leadership position. She's third and House GOP Authority, but she's faced tremendous pressure to quit. Cheney blames former President Donald Trump over his role in the deadly capital insurrection, and she rejects his lies that the election was stolen. Nbcuniversal says it won't

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Fresh update on "wyoming" discussed on One Life Radio

One Life Radio

00:48 sec | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "wyoming" discussed on One Life Radio

"Bill to allow permit was carrying handguns in Texas is headed for a conference committee after the House rejected changes made by the Senate yesterday. Ah committee made up of senators and representatives will have to work out the differences and come up with a compromise bill that both chambers can approve of one of the amendments. The Senate Adam would bar permit let's carry for people convicted of certain crimes in the past five years. Governor Greg Abbott has said he will sign the bill into law. The Texas congressman may be in the running to replace representative Liz Cheney of Wyoming is the GOP's House conference chair after she was ousted from the position yesterday, representative Chip Roy and Austin Republican may be considering a run against representative Elise Stefanik of New York, who's interested in the post. House Republicans are expected to vote on a new conference chair, the third highest spot in party House leadership on Friday. I'm Marco Marino. Now,.

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Liz Cheney Criticizes Trump's Election Lie

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:29 min | Last week

Liz Cheney Criticizes Trump's Election Lie

"Led effort to tighten some state voting laws is getting a new burst of support from former President Trump. Where CBS senior White House and political correspondent Ed O'Keefe, We will win the Senate, former President Trump and Wyoming congresswoman least, Cheney or Gods once again In a statement Monday, Mr Trump said the fraudulent presidential election of 2020 will be from this day forth known as the big Lie. Cheney fired back tweeting. The election was not stolen. Anyone who claims it was is spreading the big lie. Turning their back on the rule of law and poisoning our democratic system. Janey is facing primary challengers back home and could face another challenge to her position, is the third ranking House Republican with growing calls for her ouster from colleagues upset she keeps fighting publicly with the former president. Recent polls show most Republicans agree with Mr Trump. Seven in 10. Don't consider President Biden the legitimate winner of last year's election, and CBS News political analyst Leslie Sanchez says those air hard numbers for GOP leaders to ignore this is less an issue of being loyal to trump and more an issue of ensuring that the Republicans within their state feel that is a fair and legitimate election. Moving forward. Now. Texas Republican legislators air debating proposals to stop elections officials from sending unsolicited absentee ballot requests Ad stricter I d requirements for mail voting and make it easier for partisan poll watchers to observe his voters cast ballots. People

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Trump Brands 2020 Election "The Big Lie," Liz Cheney Hits Back

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

01:54 min | Last week

Trump Brands 2020 Election "The Big Lie," Liz Cheney Hits Back

"The former president today launched a grenade into the battle for control of the republican party. Ever since he lost trump of course has been pushing the big lie that he won this morning. He took that to a new level with this statement quote. The fraudulent presidential election of twenty twenty will be from this day forth known as the big lie. See what he did there. Liz cheney a republican who is a member of the leadership in the house and who is a favourite target of trump posted this shortly after trump said that quote the twenty twenty presidential election was not stolen anyone who claims it was his spreading the big lie turning their back on the rule of law and boy zoning our democratic system hours later trump attack cheney in another statement calling her a quote big shot warmonger and claiming quote. She'll never run in a wyoming election again. Cheney voted to impeach trump. you'll recall after the january six riot and beat back an effort to take away her house. Leadership post that has not stopped her from criticizing trump and nbc. News has indeed confirmed report of comments. She made today during a conference held in thailand georgette quote. We can't embrace the notion. The election is stolen. It's a poison in the bloodstream of our democracy. We can't whitewash what happened on january. Six or perpetuate trump's big lie. It's a threat to democracy. What he did on january. Six is a line that cannot be crossed. Well tonight axios reporting house. Republicans are moving closer to ousting cheney from leadership. She's in the number three position. Currently replacing her with another woman from the house. Ranks washington post writes that those republicans who won't spread the false claim of stolen election. Find themselves increasingly out in the cold.

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Whose 'Big Lie'? Trump's proclamation a new GOP litmus test

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | Last week

Whose 'Big Lie'? Trump's proclamation a new GOP litmus test

"Former president Donald Trump tries to tighten his grip on the Republican Party former president trump and his backers appear to be working to purge the Republican Party of members they see as disloyal on Monday trump said despite all of the evidence to the contrary that quote the fraudulent presidential election of twenty twenty will be from this day forth known as the big lie trump has congressional followers are trying to force Wyoming congresswoman Liz Cheney out of the house leadership Cheney continues to denounce the attacks on the election by trump and his followers as poisoning our democratic system Utah senator Mitt Romney was booed at a meeting over the weekend by trump backers who failed to get the state party to censure him for opposing trump Romney warning quote if we divide our party we're going to be a losing party to acquire Washington

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Oklahoma Second Amendment Sanctuary Act Headed to Governor's Desk

GardenLine with Randy Lemmon

00:43 sec | 2 weeks ago

Oklahoma Second Amendment Sanctuary Act Headed to Governor's Desk

"Second Amendment sanctuary state awaits the governor's signature. Oklahoma's bill 631 approved last week whether States House would prevent the confiscation of guns from residents of the state due to any federal laws, executive actions or court orders, ensuring the protection of the right to bear arms in Oklahoma. The bill now heads to Republican Governor Kevin States Desk for consideration and comes after President Biden unveiled a package. Of executive orders on guns and gun legislation that stalled in the U. S. Senate Second Amendment Sanctuary laws have also been enacted in other states, including Idaho, Kansas, Wyoming and Alaska. Jeff Mother. Also Fox

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US House Passes Bill to Make Washington, DC, the 51st State

All In with Chris Hayes

01:39 min | 2 weeks ago

US House Passes Bill to Make Washington, DC, the 51st State

"For the second time in history the house passed legislation. That would make washington. Dc a state. Bill passed along party lines. And the partisan interests here very clear right statehood for dc would mean at least in the short term probably adding two democratic senators. Of course democrats have been very obvious. Interest in making that happen and republicans are dead set on opposing it but democrats also have a very basic persuasive argument here about representation. I mean there's seven. Hundred thousand of our fellow. Americans who live in dc and have no voting representatives in congress. House senate meaning. They have a delegate they can elect to congress. That person does not actually get to vote on anything. Republicans will they don't really have any good arguments against it as you can see whenever they come out to defend their position with dc statehood. Dc wouldn't even qualify as a singular congressional district. And here they are. They want the power and the authority of being an entire state in the united states. Now that's a little bit of a tough sell as an argument to make while standing right next to congresswoman liz cheney representative for wyoming single at large district representing a hundred thousand fewer people than the population of dc. Steve scalise louisiana. who wants famously likened himself to former. Kkk leader calling himself. David duke with the baggage. Scalise sounding this racist dog whistle about the crime. Rate in dc quote. Why should the district of columbia be granted statehood when it can't even perform basic mental duties like protecting its residents from criminals.

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Obsessed With Dinosaurs (MM #3679)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 weeks ago

Obsessed With Dinosaurs (MM #3679)

"The with kevin mason even though they've been gone for thousands of years. I'm still fascinated with how people are obsessed with dinosaurs. It makes sense for children. I think i encountered my first dinosaur skeleton bones and a museum somewhere. When i was maybe four or five and wyoming or colorado or somewhere out west and dinosaurs are interesting and i've seen lots of dinosaur skeletons but i'm truly amazed with how many scientists in how many archaeologists are continuing to study and create data around dina source. Recently some studies out of believe university of california berkeley was looking into the numbers of t. rex's that might have roamed our earth at one time and right. Now they're estimating two point five billion t rexes but they actually think it could be somewhere between one hundred and forty million to forty. Two billion t rexes once crossing the earth. The amount of time we spend researching dinosaurs is interesting but at the same time. You wonder what we're going to learn from it. Have you learned enough at this point or is it just truly an obsession.

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Obsessed With Dinosaurs (MM #3679)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 weeks ago

Obsessed With Dinosaurs (MM #3679)

"The with kevin mason even though they've been gone for thousands of years. I'm still fascinated with how people are obsessed with dinosaurs. It makes sense for children. I think i encountered my first dinosaur skeleton bones and a museum somewhere. When i was maybe four or five and wyoming or colorado or somewhere out west and dinosaurs are interesting and i've seen lots of dinosaur skeletons but i'm truly amazed with how many scientists in how many archaeologists are continuing to study and create data around dina source. Recently some studies out of believe university of california berkeley was looking into the numbers of t. rex's that might have roamed our earth at one time and right. Now they're estimating two point five billion t rexes but they actually think it could be somewhere between one hundred and forty million to forty. Two billion t rexes once crossing the earth. The amount of time we spend researching dinosaurs is interesting but at the same time. You wonder what we're going to learn from it. Have you learned enough at this point or is it just truly an obsession.

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US West Prepares For Possible First Water Shortage Declaration

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 3 weeks ago

US West Prepares For Possible First Water Shortage Declaration

"Federal officials are projecting historically low water levels in the western U. S. over the coming months the bureau of reclamation's twenty four month outlook forecasts less water will cascade down the Colorado River from the Rocky Mountains and intellect Powell in lake Mead water levels in the two lakes are expected to drop low enough for the agency to declare an official water shortage for the first time threatening the supply of water that feeds cities and farms across the southwest seven states rely on Colorado River water Arizona California Colorado Nevada New Mexico Utah and Wyoming by November of next year twenty twenty two the agency projects lake Mead could drop to levels that would threaten Hoover dam stability to generate electricity I'm Ben Thomas

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Conservative U.S. House Republicans to Form 'America First' Caucus

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:59 min | 3 weeks ago

Conservative U.S. House Republicans to Form 'America First' Caucus

"Members in the house say they're planning to form an America First caucus to promote the policies of former President Trump. They say their group is going to release of policy platform soon. One document touting the America First Caucus champions Anglo Saxon political traditions and warns immigration is putting the country's unique identity at risk. The AP obtained a copy of the paper first reported by Punch Bowl News, which covers Capitol Hill. And while the AP could not independently confirm the organization, Florida Republican Congressman Matt Gates says he's in and that fellow right wing Republican Georgia's Marjorie Taylor Greene is behind it. The document. Calls for limited immigration of people for their economic contributions and respect of the nation's culture and rule of law also calls for an infrastructure to be fit The progeny of European architecture, Wyoming Republican Liz Cheney says in a tweet quote history teaches we all have an obligation to confront and reject such malicious hate.

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New conservative group would save 'Anglo-Saxon' traditions

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 3 weeks ago

New conservative group would save 'Anglo-Saxon' traditions

"Hard right house Republicans are said to be working on their own America first caucus one document touting the America first caucus champions Anglo Saxon political traditions and warns immigration is putting the country's unique identity at risk the AP obtained a copy of the paper first reported by punch bowl news which covers Capitol Hill and while the AP could not independently confirm the organization Florida Republican congressman Matt Gaetz says he's in and that fellow right wing Republican George's Marjorie Taylor green is behind it the document calls for unlimited immigration of people for their economic contributions and respected the nation's culture and rule of law also calls for an infrastructure to be fit the progeny of European architecture Wyoming Republican Liz Cheney says in a tweet quote history teaches we all have an obligation to confront and rejects such malicious hate timid wire Washington

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Cat Food Sold In 8 States Recalled Due to Salmonella Risk

Wisconsin's Morning News with Gene Mueller

00:28 sec | Last month

Cat Food Sold In 8 States Recalled Due to Salmonella Risk

"There's been another pet food recall, CBS News correspondent Jim Chris Sula Me L mix brand cat food sold at Wal Mart Stores in eight states is being recalled because it might be contaminated with salmonella £30 bags of mail mix original choice. Dry cat food are involved in the recall. They were shipped to 1100 Wal Mart stores in Illinois, Missouri, Nebraska, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Utah, Wyoming

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Brooklyn Born Skeery Eats Pizza With a Fork and Knife

The Brooklyn Boys Podcast

01:55 min | Last month

Brooklyn Born Skeery Eats Pizza With a Fork and Knife

"Way pizza. What a fucking knife fucking knife and get dead to me okay. You don't eat pizza fork and a knife i. I'm just as much as you want a straw just because what you does just because you're yelling doesn't make you right. Just because you're louder does not make you write a whisper. Who who do you think you are. What are you what are you. What are you from the great state of wyoming. He'll eat pizza that way okay. See that's a quarterback off. You know what. I was referencing. Yes yes you don't if it's so big if it's such a massive slice you have to cut it in half fine then you pick it up and when your hands pinson out. It wasn't about the size of the slice. Yeah what was it about. Emotion in the oc- bucci nelson. Here's what it was about pain. Boozy strap okay. Now let me let me say this you know that. We've we're both from brooklyn born and bred. We are already going bullshit weight and you know that we do have these rules. And i do you have to do the fold. We talk about this. We have talked about nauseam head. Wait wait so when you pick up your pizza if you don't know what it is by now it's the new york. Fold you pick up a slice usually its triangular or even if the square one you've put a crease in the middle you fold it over and then you hold it donovan moldova's holiday you still pick it up the point handle it handle true story now. Here's the problem with that. This is what you didn't see. You didn't me struggling for thirty seconds prior because my buddy phone out trying to tape that. So he's putting me on his instagram story. Nearly caught the ladder thirty seconds. Which was me using a fork and knife on pizza. Worse when you say it out loud

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Brooklyn Born Skeery Eats Pizza With a Fork and Knife

The Brooklyn Boys Podcast

01:55 min | Last month

Brooklyn Born Skeery Eats Pizza With a Fork and Knife

"Way pizza. What a fucking knife fucking knife and get dead to me okay. You don't eat pizza fork and a knife i. I'm just as much as you want a straw just because what you does just because you're yelling doesn't make you right. Just because you're louder does not make you write a whisper. Who who do you think you are. What are you what are you. What are you from the great state of wyoming. He'll eat pizza that way okay. See that's a quarterback off. You know what. I was referencing. Yes yes you don't if it's so big if it's such a massive slice you have to cut it in half fine then you pick it up and when your hands pinson out. It wasn't about the size of the slice. Yeah what was it about. Emotion in the oc- bucci nelson. Here's what it was about pain. Boozy strap okay. Now let me let me say this you know that. We've we're both from brooklyn born and bred. We are already going bullshit weight and you know that we do have these rules. And i do you have to do the fold. We talk about this. We have talked about nauseam head. Wait wait so when you pick up your pizza if you don't know what it is by now it's the new york. Fold you pick up a slice usually its triangular or even if the square one you've put a crease in the middle you fold it over and then you hold it donovan moldova's holiday you still pick it up the point handle it handle true story now. Here's the problem with that. This is what you didn't see. You didn't me struggling for thirty seconds prior because my buddy phone out trying to tape that. So he's putting me on his instagram story. Nearly caught the ladder thirty seconds. Which was me using a fork and knife on pizza. Worse when you say it out loud

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Crypto Exchange FTX on the Verge of Winning Naming Rights for the Miami Heat's Arena

Unchained

01:35 min | Last month

Crypto Exchange FTX on the Verge of Winning Naming Rights for the Miami Heat's Arena

"Today's guest is miami mayor francis for us. Welcome their says. Hi laura to pleasure to be with you as we record. Miami looks poised to approve the first cryptocurrency exchange sponsor of an nba rena friday. Which is the day. This episode comes out the miami dade county commission will vote on whether not to approve the deal. In which the current american airlines arena would be renamed. Ftse serena how did this deal come about well. It was an open bid and they bid. I think one hundred thirty five million dollars for the naming rights or the Putting a very big bid. But i think it wouldn't happen if it wasn't for the fact that miami is trying and striving very very much to become the crypto capital world. And we're doing that Frankly by doing some things that i think are very easy. The first thing we did was we scoured the united states to find out. What are the most crypto friendly laws in in the in the us. We found out that it was wyoming so we promptly copy their loss tried to improve them and now have a bill in the house in the senate that is making its way up to the governor Which would make florida. The most crypto friendly state in the nation and then as we implemented A resolution that would allow our employees to get paid in bitcoin that would allow residents to pay for fees and bitcoin and that would allow the city or at least explore the possibility of the city investing in bitcoin. So we wanted to sort of own this space because we think that crypto currencies of the future and we want to be known as the city of the future.

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"wyoming" Discussed on This Day In Esoteric Political History

This Day In Esoteric Political History

08:17 min | 10 months ago

"wyoming" Discussed on This Day In Esoteric Political History

"This Day July twenty third eighteen, ninety bio, ming celebrating their newly won statehood Wyoming had become the forty four state earlier in the month, and here's what's interesting about the twenty third on this day, a woman by the name of Theresa Jenkins was invited to deliver the keynote speech at the statehood celebration and Jenkins was among other things, a strong advocate for women's right to vote. This was a big part of Wyoming's identity. At the time. The Wyoming territory had already granted women the right to. To vote for about twenty years and made keeping that right to vote a precondition for joining the union, so this are just talking about Wyoming, the rocky road towards women's suffrage, and this larger question of why it was the territories that sometimes seem to be at the forefront of this issue I am joined as always by Nicole. Hammer of Columbia Olympic. Hey, Jodie, and back with us is Maeve Higgins of the New York. Times and the podcast mothers of invention and many other wonderful things. High Dhoti. I haven't been to Wyoming so I haven't fraudulent. How many states have you been to me? If I think maybe around ace? Of however many, there are twenty or something. Math checks out. Your accent out that's. All fifty states Nicole really. I have been to Wyoming I've been to Jackson hole although I will say while you were talking. I had to figure out if Jackson hole was in Wyoming so I can't say that it left A. Impression on me as a state I, it has left a big impression on me. It's beautiful and the Wyoming State. Capitol building is one of my favorite capitol buildings in the country is beautiful, and they have this celebration frontier days every year, which is one of the best sort of celebrations in the country, so I would realize recommend to blue, even though this is your podcast. WHO has a favorite state capital? Well young man in the world. What non. Leslie nope person. Well. This is where I confess. We're getting a little off track here, but this is where confess that the one of the reasons I've been to all fifty states because I a friend of mine and I. Did a project in which? The the project was to go to. All fifty state capitals in fifty days. And voluntary thing. By somebody, it was a voluntary thing. My friend Webster did it. He did all fifty and I was like gopher man, and so when he like Flu Alaska, and then flew back. I would drove the car from Oregon to Montana, and like I hit like. Thirty upper thirties on that trip he hit fifty and then sort of rounded out otherwise, but I've seen a lot of state capitals in Wyoming is up there and we're going to get back on track me. Despite the bullying my own podcast, but look. This question of who had the right to vote which they had the right to vote. Nikki I mean it's a little tricky because states like new. Jersey had granted women the right to vote very early on, and then they rescinded it, but basically there is an argument. He made that. Wyoming Wisconsin I have women's suffrage baked in, and it has existed since then so why Wyoming, so a big part of it has to do with the fact that it was the frontier, and so it didn't have these kind of. Hardened laws in place. I mean New Jersey. Great example that women and other people had more rights earlier on in US history than they had later on in US history as the country kind of. into a white male electorate, and so out there in the territories you can do anything you want. Including given giving women the right to vote which they did in part by the way to attract more women out there because men outnumbered women six to one in Wyoming and in other places on the frontier. Did that help did did that like attract more women? You know that's a really great question. I don't know that it actually did, but it seems sound to me like. If I knew that I could get like greater political rights, I might consider visiting Wyoming more often. And actually there's other elements here, too. There was a there was even like sort of an equal pay. Law on the books and women were allowed to married. Women were allowed to have property separate from their husbands. but I think Nikki to your larger point, like as is often the case with civil rights. The lake practical explanation is usually more on target than the like high-minded we care. Care about actual core fundamental rights explanation for I mean this happens with companies all the time right that they become more liberal in their policies in order to attract more people, and it's crazy. Right because you know that here Wyoming knows in the nineteenth century that the way to attract women is to treat them equally and it takes the rest of the country quite a while to catch up. I mean that just means that there weren't that those like to put a curly like those incentive structures didn't exist back east in the non territories. Yeah, I mean there is no reason that those states had to give their women citizens. Those rights said they didn't until they were forced to much later on. Let's talk about this character. Sort of at the heart of this Theresa Jenkins. WHO's really fascinating She gives the speech. She was a proponent of of women's suffrage I think she had a a real kind of role in making this initiative within Wyoming one of the things that's really fascinating about her as you know when we think of suffragettes and we think of the abolitionist movement, and we think of like a lot, you know. Know. We talked about truth on this podcast. And we think of them as sort of like rabble-rousers, and she was really portrayed in a really different way, she was portrayed almost as kind of Genteel, which is a sort of interesting thing to think of as some for someone who's like taking such a radical stand. Yeah, it's just a form of respectability politics. Rate this idea that she's not a wild eyed feminist. Who's going to lake? Lake where pants or something she's doing this out of a sense of motherhood and care for home, and that actually infuses a lot of the suffragettes movement there, certainly a wing of it that says give us the right to vote because we are going to bring reform, and we're going to bring kind of a high mindedness and a care for home into the public sphere to make politics less corrupt and better. WAS THAT TACTIC OR Or, were they? Did they genuinely feel that way I think many of them genuinely felt that way I mean in the progressive era in particular like at the turn of the twentieth century there was this committed belief that women actually because of their experiences as mothers and people who took care of the home. would bring that same kind of spirit to politics and clean politics. I wonder sometimes about I. Don't know if people are getting. Agency is being erased by kind of saying. Oh, it's practicality that moved the civil rights moves forward, or whatever, or if it's like well. No, they were working for many years and Monte lifetimes, and like it was driving them crazy, but they got it done in the end like it's hard, it's hard for me to understand the you know where the line is. Yeah and remember. These are movements with so many people with so many different motives in so many different places across the country, and what works in Wyoming is going to look very different from Lake Atlanta or new and I think that's I mean that's the other important element here, right Jodi you ask why Wyoming Wyoming is almost entirely white. For Ten black women who are able to vote thanks to this law, because there are only ten black women over twenty one who lived in the entire state, and that's really important, too. Because within the women's suffrage movement, it was often white women who are at the four, and who are often particularly in the south, but in other places saying give us the right to vote rather than giving it to black men who had been stripped of that right, more or less in the south, and rather than giving it to black women, and wasn't their native Americans in Wyoming at that time. There were indeed they were kept out of this as well to American. Indian still weren't eligible to vote and in fact in. They wouldn't get full voting rights and all of the states until the nineteen fifties. Oh my God. It was really late. We gotTA. Start to wrap it up because we wasted so much time with may bullying me at the top of the show But but no actually want to come back to this sort of question Maybe you brought up about like you know the the story of how progress gets made because I think it's something. I've been thinking about a lot now. In this moment, particularly with George.

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"wyoming" Discussed on One Two Review

One Two Review

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"wyoming" Discussed on One Two Review

"True. It's luca. Hope you're having a great day. I'm having a great travel. Dan, just about one hundred miles south of Cheyenne, Wyoming excited to set foot in the great state of Wyoming and meet all of its wonderful people, you know, in grassroots campaign. Get some get them users for my omen. So anyway, you know, what I'm doing how fun on the podcast, and I'll talk to you. All right. Bye. How you doing Brandon? Honestly, knock great. That was a a long flight, and we're not even in our destination yet. So yeah. So we for anyone that doesn't know we took a similar ETA flight. We're trying to get to Wyoming. We got delayed. We got rerouted. We ended up landing in Idaho. We've rented a car, and we're about to start our drive towards Cheyenne to try to find Luke who went missing in the last episode. Our last blip on the GPS shows him somewhere near Cheyenne. So that's where we're headed. I don't know. How long is this? We have a drive couple hours. All right. Well, here's the thing. Unfortunately, due to all the delays. We did not get to watch a bunch of movies over we wanted to. So we don't have any movie reviews from the plane for you. Instead, we're going to go ahead and play some recordings of reviews we've done in the past that didn't quite make it at the time, but we feel are appropriate now. So go ahead and play the first one. Right. Wintery out there, isn't it boys? It's bless Abby. It's very windy today. But folks, we are here to review movies..

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"wyoming" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

Two Broads Talking Politics

04:46 min | 2 years ago

"wyoming" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

"I got into the races, Wyoming, politics, which historically are friendly and personal and grassroots have become much more toxic like Washington, it's all about loyalty to the party and in Wyoming, that means the Republican party instead of doing what's right for the people of Wyoming. And so that's the real reason I got in the race. I saw the majority party in Wyoming making a lot of decisions that were really setting the state back, particularly on healthcare and education and well, just a whole range of issues. So as you're going around in and talking to people, and I know I've seen some video and pictures on Facebook of you talking to constituents knocking on doors, both. What are you hearing in terms of issues that people are concerned with? But also how is how are you being received in general? You know, in in what we think of is a pretty red place in Wyoming. Our our people. Sort of thinking about your campaign? Well, in Wyoming, we have a long history of electing democratic governors in spite being a predominantly Republican state. It's been fifty two years since we elected back to back Republican governors. I was actually in first grade when that happened. And so what I remind people of that history when we can separate ourselves from the national politics and just talk about Wyoming issues. I find that people are receptive of the receptive to what I have to say. It's just a matter of really making it about the person, not the party and in in the current climate that's a little more difficult than it used to be in Wyoming again, because I think the the tribalism of the national scene has unfortunately affected us a little bit too, and I'm just trying to get Wyoming back to what I experienced. Just ten years ago, maybe even five or six years ago in Wyoming where we come together and work on solutions, and I find that most people are receptive to that message. You know that the Wyoming race is, you know, pretty small from a population perspective. And so people people expect to have a personal relationship with their governor Wyoming, believe it or not. So I find that people are receptive when I just talked to them in what are the kinds of issues that that they're concerned with? What are the the kinds of things they'd like to see solutions for. Well, they're probably a range of issues, but the big one in Wyoming is is education funding. We have a strong constitutional right for every child to receive a quality education in Wyoming, no matter where. Where they live, they can be in the smallest town in the furthest corner, or they can be in Cheyenne, but they're all supposed to have an equal opportunity to education. So dedication is is funded at the state level, and we have a system for doing that, but it's predominantly funded by, but the mineral industry. And so there's a real concern going forward about whether we can maintain that quality education. So I hear a lot from educators because the legislature started attacking people education last year, and really all that happened was the price of oil dropped. So there was a lot of talk about, you know, test scores not being what they should caters not doing their job. We spend all this money on them. They don't get the job done. So for education, there's I hear that they're demoralized that nobody's standing up for them. You know, they're working really hard. The price of oil dropped tainted suddenly become incompetent. And also from young families, my youngest son is how seventeenth so you know, my kids all benefited from the money. We were spending on education, but from young families, I hear that, you know, they won't say Wyoming. If if we don't maintain our our quality education system, and then of course, Healthcare's huge concern. Healthcare in rural states is challenging and Wyoming did not expand Medicaid, which is another reason I decided to run it was the dumbest thing I ever saw the legislature do because Medicaid expansion is critical to our real hospitals. So you mentioned wanting to move the economy away from this boom, bust what? What are some of the things you'd like to to see the state due to strengthen the economy? What are some other ways that the state could be thinking about, you know, businesses and getting funding into the state..

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"wyoming" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

Two Broads Talking Politics

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"wyoming" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

"Companies for for most of my career, helping them deal with environmental compliance. But in two thousand six, I got frustrated with politics and the lack of both mom and general female representation in the Wyoming legislature. And I read from the Wyoming legislature, my children were ten, eight and five at the time, and I thought it was important for them to see me doing what I love and to see me in a in a leadership role. We also been a lot of time on education policy in the women legislature, and we had very few moms in the legislature at the time with children at home, and it really does make a difference in how you approach the issues towards the end of my time in the. Legislature, I noticed some some disturbing trends, Wyoming is an energy producing state, which a lot of people in other parts of the country don't really grasp in Wyoming. We make all of our money that funds state government or or the vast majority of it from coal oil and natural gas were the number one co producing state in the country by an order of magnitude meaning you could add up all the rest of the states that mined coal and we would still be number one. I found that a lot of the country assumes that coal comes from epilepsy, and it comes from the river basin in Wyoming by and large, but those things go up and down and we don't really have a way to fund basic services going forward in the state. We have a boom and bust economy, and we just recently went through like huge bust. And I feel like we need to change how would you things and homing. So we don't have that boom and bust, but a more. More philosophical reason..

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"wyoming" Discussed on One Two Review

One Two Review

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"wyoming" Discussed on One Two Review

"Here we go cool right that's classic catchy wyoming is the forty four th state to enter the union in eighteen ninety that's a hundred and twenty eight years old baby girl crush net wyoming not only that your state reptile horned lizard the prentice sarma doug law see brevity to stray can shoot blood out of its is one of my favorite lizards of all time i'm not making this shit up also i'm thrown a bonus the rodeos the state sport i love the rodeo how cool is that garth brooks rodeo great song i sing that a karaoke wyoming i love you jackson hole so cool if you've ever been to jackson hole wyoming if you're a single alex is fallen in love with you i would so go on a date with wyoming foulkes will read scientific words to you for lady our i bet her name would be cheyenne because that's the state capital oh yeah well cheyenne if you're listening from wyoming reach out to alex and maybe we're going to reach a special dinner date for you guys me and we should go to wyoming film fest up there when we do our live show tour we'll make sure we hit way hopefully if we get any listeners if nobody listens we probably won't go to but i think that's that's why we doubled down we only go to i got to come clean when i started this i really wasn't sure about wyoming but i really fucked monaco.

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"wyoming" Discussed on One Two Review

One Two Review

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"wyoming" Discussed on One Two Review

"For my two points i'm going to give you a few cool things that i i've i've personally never been to wyoming maybe i've driven through i can't say i will say it is the equality state how cool is that equal rights that is something ingrained in their state in their state motto is equal rights so i find that awesome so that's something really cool another awesome thing wyoming has going for him is they've got two thousand miles of groomed n un groomed snowmobile trails so if you're in this novel bills that might be a good spot to check out sounds pretty cool wyoming is one of the most peaceful places in america it's a place where you can really understand democracy equality just go stand out there on the planes and feel the overwhelming com avert it's a beautiful thing that's one great thing about wyoming another great thing about bio ming is their state food the bison patty it's simple but you just gotta try it's just bison and to spices and it's delicious i've had it elsewhere and supposedly it's nowhere as good you really need to get in wyoming oh lyell ming so last home of the buffalo well i think those are some good tips and i think we can look into a sponsor let's sell this bonsor so he can buy some plane tickets to wyoming is this is meal with nobility dog is your puppy descendant of leica the russian space famous actives renton pen alas see is your little furball related to one of pablo's favourite doug's if you want to know nology of your four legged friend and find out if you've got noble dog blood in our hand do it today with the nobility don't get.

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"wyoming" Discussed on Unchained

Unchained

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"wyoming" Discussed on Unchained

"I guess we'll find out someday whether or not they have thought that through a but one thing i wanted to go back to because we just touched on this briefly at the beginning was the money transmission issue which as far as i understand for certain crypto companies they need to get money transmission licenses from fifty three states and territories and so even a company like coin base that has you know hundreds of millions of dollars and is obviously raking in billions or at least a billion in revenue as was reported in two thousand seventeen they had pull out of wyoming at a certain point because you know of some arcane wyoming law and as you mentioned earlier they are still not in some states and it costs a tremendous amount of money it takes a lot of time to go state by state like that and get a license from each one so do you feel does any of these new laws in wyoming attempt to address that issue it does and one of the interesting things about wyoming is that you could do only token offering now i'm not suggesting a lawyer would advise this but here's the idea wyoming also passed a series llc bill and what you could do is have all of your purchasers have a wyoming llc that the token issuer sets up at the inception so every purchaser of your seo is actually a wyoming resident for wyoming legal purposes now lawyers are going to say that doesn't mean that it's black and white if anything ever goes wrong they're all gonna sue in their local state residency or country of residency but that is something that has been bandied about on that some folks are looking into especially if they don't have a large number of purchasers that they each purchaser is actually doing it through a wyoming llc.

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"wyoming" Discussed on KGAB AM 650

KGAB AM 650

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"wyoming" Discussed on KGAB AM 650

"Wyoming sports the cagey ab we continue with a monday edition of the show i'm charity anderson moving on from high school sports now to get over is a the of wyoming sports of course no cowboys football to recap for you today poke said the bye week last week however head coach gregg ball did addressed the media and his weekly press conference this afternoon head coach gregg bowles said it was good to get the bye week one they had its and it gives them an extra chance to prepare for nevada i don't get that we really had a good practice on saturday with a good intensity in her preparations for nevada you know i say by a large were healthy at this point related losing carle granderson was disappointing but i think if you have one player gone at this time i think he's doing pretty well compared to everybody else so or working on doubt that that spot and no along lowly here now to be playing in his place but adam kevin durant you know just so group of other guys are going to be taking some meaningful reps air and coach bowles said he and his staff of spent a lotta time watching tape on this weekend's opponent the nevada wolf pack we are plays with current with our work this last week on the better and the had a chance to watch him play is a on tv and certainly wasn't closely contested football game without question james browner's a dynamic running back tyler steward we think is an excellent quarterback is well in the at a couple picks in the game but it done a great job taking care of the football tell that point you know.

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"wyoming" Discussed on KGAB AM 650

KGAB AM 650

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"wyoming" Discussed on KGAB AM 650

"That eight years of obama's all those have been devastating for wyoming with only one for should con this week to make sure we have the strongest representing leaves change we that on november eight who leaves change analysts eighty and i approve this message clear dry and a pleasant into tonight's silly lows lone amid thirties beautiful fall whether thursday breezy sonny dry highs there's seventy loves near forty three zero little windy friday but wore mid seventies for a highs might see a shower friday night a saturday analyze continue dry weekend highs well in the sixties the says they well of it all just work here or wyoming tonight i walter gone there too i wish on the montana wyoming border has closed for the winter oh you're of us high wait to twelve between read lodge and cooks city was announced yesterday the road will be dated near the green of like turnoff i would typically re opens the friday before memorial day rhodes already been close several times in the past month due to snow and ice oh wyoming cowboys will make another appearance on national television the cowboys of announced that their game at nevada on october twenty second will be broadcast on the _e_s_p_n to end it'll be another late start kickoff separate thirty pm out in time from the batter's mikey stadium wyoming coming off the homecoming victory over airport flash saturday will enjoy abide during the upcoming weekend cowboys for the two on the season to a no and about the last nevada three in three on the year one and one in the conference i always last visit to reno resulted in a thirty five twenty eight launched in overtime twenty twelve here wednesday over twelve twenty sixteen that's wyoming tonight i'm walter did not this is leaf an absolute for it we're celebrating the hawks anniversary sale plus our fifth year in business like this great event mohawk test itself of others are gonna targets on sale for out through october thirty first edition.

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"wyoming" Discussed on KGAB AM 650

KGAB AM 650

02:24 min | 4 years ago

"wyoming" Discussed on KGAB AM 650

"Only tonight continued jg ab i'm older the candidates in a key wyoming legislative rays took the opposite sides on the medicate expansion debate this morning the rambo report to of the candidates in one of wyoming as high as profile legislative races to a very different stands i met a kid expansion and a candidate for him in shy am on tuesday mary thrown as the democratic incumbent in house district eleven she's also then minority floor leader in the wedding house of representatives she supports medicate expansion in wyoming absolutely there is no evidence absolutely zero evidence that the a risk to wyoming is greater than the overwhelming benefits of medicate expansion medicate expansion was supported by the business community while ming community county commissioner association a large businesses small businesses the hospitals but a republican challenger learn the county republican party chairman jared olsen takes a very different view but i also support lanka representative nicholas repeal and possibly replacing the federal level now how can we take a stand here in our state and say that we support medicate expansion we don't know what the lies gonna look like there congressman in center across his country who are talking about medicate perform at the federal level of we don't know what the federal system is going to look like how can run the got something prematurely running lawmakers have refused to expand the program and wyoming over the past few years on the issue is expected to come up again during the twenty seventeen session reporting from shy around all way now know the identity of the semi trailer driver who died after suffering a fatal heart attack and crashing into propane tanks off highway fifty one near gillette last weekend wyoming highway patrol today identified the victim as sixty three year old steven jewett of more craw campbell county coroner laura suns from says the man died before the crash in which the tanks caught fire evidence suggest that he would off the wrong side of the road up against the guard rail crashed into the tanks without steering or hitting the breaks there are no signs of mechanical failure on the vehicle damage from the crash and fire estimated at about a half million.

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"wyoming" Discussed on KGAB AM 650

KGAB AM 650

02:01 min | 5 years ago

"wyoming" Discussed on KGAB AM 650

"We're on warm and wyoming today there is they whether meteorologist marte cure another stellar autumn day here across the hyde planes and rockies temperatures throughout wyoming gently ten to twelve agrees above average were to be looking out pretty darn similar temperatures for the next two to three to four days across most the state little disturbance had enough from the south well we'll bring some midnight little clients around the next couple of days and we will be looking that some ice laid the widely scattered afternoon even showering thunder storm activity especially in the west and southern third of the state as we head into tonight though generally clear mostly clear cool drive pleasant mid to upper forties highs back into the seventies the mere eighty degrees for a few locations thursday to friday breezy southwest wins that slight chance of a couple thunderstorms and with a little bit more cloud cover at night temperatures not as cool low fifties looks like thursday no friday it will be very mile week with a few spotty towers are storms here and there would you call this a typical autumn kind of period no walter not quite typical for werder it seemed temperatures well above average it is pretty typical though that we do at one point or another see this warm and drive conditions but average highs and lows for this time of the year should be and to the mid to a few offer sixties not planes upper fifties and lower sixties and the valley's so we're definitely warmer than average four in late september not anywhere or done where the best color of believes it is you know right now across the alot of the state still through the low world faces the mountains really good cover the snowball the dead fall up in the high country the bighorns in the northwestern western mounds did definitely knocked down a lot of our goal mass been lee's and put an end to the fall cover of not high country four for those ranges then relief probably going to be central and southern wyoming that will continue c good colors into an through the weekend righty thank you mark thank you very welcome all of our travellers across the state.

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"wyoming" Discussed on KGAB AM 650

KGAB AM 650

01:30 min | 5 years ago

"wyoming" Discussed on KGAB AM 650

"Here are the travel conditions across wyoming tonight this wyoming travel network afternoon update is brought to you by y meets highway safety community reminding you that buzz driving is drunk driving watch out for road crews on the right lane eastbound near pine bluff set three eighty three for bridge work expect delays on the ramp to and from eye eighty traffic is limited to one mayan then a fourteen foot with restriction in the southbound mayan expects single lanes the chug water as well and now figure day whether travel forecast no travel concerns whether wise across the cowboys state the your friday night will be looking that cleared a mostly clearance chilly conditions temperatures thirties lore all they send some forties than the playing swift temper turns in the twenties up in the mountains little bit a win this weekend otherwise sunny dry and warmed do look for southwest wins fifteen at thirty five across central al central and south eastern wyoming cooler none settled come monday open road open their there's nothing like a summer ride on a motorcycle the feeling is indescribable to get back safely from your ride unique balance scored nation and sharp cents an alcohol even a couple drinks noles writing skills on plays a large role in oversight with alex one forsett was out looking for appeared writers this summer ride with you friends ride with your family but never ride without all on you can wreck your motorcycles or your life ride smart rides over paid for by federal high was safety phones.

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"wyoming" Discussed on KGAB AM 650

KGAB AM 650

02:26 min | 5 years ago

"wyoming" Discussed on KGAB AM 650

"This is wyoming tonight i'm walter thought this just in from shy and governor needs says adding taxes to things like we and then groceries to make up for the state's revenue shortfall will as he put it but the entire stave into an economic duff spiral jori green walled reports stayed revenues are being hit hard by falling cole production it industry that accounts for roughly seventy percent of one revenue and made has won stayed agencies to race for the possibility of more budget cuts from the legislature campaigns in january i think that day ok right all those but we knew there his only but we can't pack a of all it is here's a look at the rainy day fun before making for their budget cuts and raising taxes according to shine man on a joy green wall wyoming game and phase has trapped in relocated a female grizzly bear rounder to cobb's that were killing a livestock near prime dale cubs were captured on monday and were taken to an area of the shoe shown national forced about five miles east of yellow stone park the areas within the north fork of the shoe shown river draining two western cody damon face says it is established grizzly habitat maybe a little hard to believe but it's getting toward time to take fierce nomo bail out of started to beginning tomorrow snow moby others will be able to enter a draw line for permits to ride through yellow stone without a guide if the mets will be allocated by lottery entries will be accepted from september first to september thirtieth winners will be notified enough over half of the lottery any remaining permits will be available first come first serve for wednesday august thirty first point of the match wyoming tonight i'm walter beyond that night you think you know the preference of eller thing december nineteen eighty nine nbc began developing the freshman to valor and rapper will smith was handpicked five quincy jones to be in the show the preference of bell their began to being in may of nineteen ninety will smith had only one other acting role he plated t shirt salesman in an abc after school special earning fame and fortune of rapper will smith mismanaged to the money and ho the irs two point eight million dollars the irs sees most of this property and he had to repay them with seventy percent of his salary.

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"wyoming" Discussed on KGAB AM 650

KGAB AM 650

01:42 min | 5 years ago

"wyoming" Discussed on KGAB AM 650

"Eight six six nine oh one twenty two fifty five cowboys spanish the thirty eventual cowboy joe club option presented by an affinity powering controls is set for friday september thirtieth at the little america in china join us that night before the border wore by calling real seven seven six six six two four two or cowboy joked about dot com your tickets one of the unique items this year's of two thousand seventeen wyoming game and finished commissioner's license will saying you got the cowboys joe club option in shine on friday september thirtieth from our sport's cruz all across the cowboys did and white hearing in china this is why ohlman sports pga b and it really give thursday evening to you love him and i'm here anders in over the next twenty five minutes catching up on a much different things because the wyoming sports we'll focus particularly on a football denied catch up with university of wyoming fall camp gets ready for a couple other things going on this weekend as far as you dubs sport some rockies in broncos chad to gets you on the showed a night too but first our preview an count down the line ammon high school football continues tonight will cover at least a couple of minutes of all five classes here in wyoming high school football and we're going to start with a six manned football last year of course the sixth man champions where the casey blocker it was who would wind up running away with the championship game out one memorial stadium all from a tv fifty wonder thirty two despite that dominating performance last year from casey high school.

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"wyoming" Discussed on KGAB AM 650

KGAB AM 650

01:40 min | 5 years ago

"wyoming" Discussed on KGAB AM 650

"Wyoming tonight and i'm walter hawks after nearly a month hardy fire restrictions i'm a caddy people can again grill outdoors and even burned their cry jori green wild reports clearly county commissioner's on tuesday rescind the full firebrand that was adopted on july twentieth in imposed a partial firebrand amy county firewood matt butler says the main difference between the two bands is the burning hours so it any kind of burnout gone out call will not allow people to burn it all four with a partially or allowed only between hours a six pm and it's not loose is kelly residents can also have contained campfire is a news off road vehicle so just four when there's a miller's welding in branding activities in cleared areas ten feet radius are also permanent reporting from shine and i'm join green walled recapping our top story whose jd behind a well funded campaign defeated the field a seven while mean candidates for the republican position on the general election ballot you have the position there from wyoming democratic candidate ryan your body is designed to move to walk jump and ben it's going taxi way your body doesn't hurt the rain needed team we're here to help the orthopaedics program that shy and regional is designed to help you get your busy active lifestyle back and healthy keep it we offer surgical and nine surgical rehabilitated solutions for your bone joined in sports related injuries to learn more about how again help with debut back to your best self is it shan regional dot org slash orth though.

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"wyoming" Discussed on KGAB AM 650

KGAB AM 650

02:05 min | 5 years ago

"wyoming" Discussed on KGAB AM 650

"Here's another look at our wyoming tonight for couch from day weather that afternoon and good evening southeastern y el main average high and low for this time of the year is eighty two in fifty six and we've been well above that for the last two to three days but we're going to be looking at temperatures dropping back towards the slightly below average reading for tomorrow that will be cooler than average friday and saturday the other set up much like late last week in last weekend moving in the region overnight tonight in the thursday and friday so expect the milder temperatures increase cloud cover and also daly said hours and that thunderstorms not each of us will cease hours assault thunderstorms each day but they will be around back with more in just the moment and tim steps in and i've lived worked and raise my family and wyoming my entire life so i take it personally when the washington establishment threatens the likelihood of my friends and neighbor's i've been leading the fight for jobs inner g and our way of life in the state legislature since two thousand eight now i'm ready to battle washington and it's energy killing regulations to protect wyoming industries and create jobs i'm tim stubbs i'm running for congress and i approve this message because it's time to get while ming working summer is a great time to hit the road and see some of the amazing places and things wyoming has to offer club before you do there are a couple of things you should know number was texting in driving is illegal on all wyoming wrote period this includes reading of post up getting your status and taking a picture out the wind but the phone down and just drive number to seatbelt save lives it's not just a slug into fat so buckle up every single time you get in a vehicle drive safe wyoming dot com so scattered showers and storms into tonight heavy rain a threat lows mid to upper fifties cooler north northwest brees thursday mostly cloudy highs low eighty scattered showers and storms late the southeast when developing lows lone mid fifties but a mid seventy for highs friday and saturday scattered late day and overnight hours and i thought i was so arms but says they will need altos work you are.

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"wyoming" Discussed on KGAB AM 650

KGAB AM 650

02:04 min | 5 years ago

"wyoming" Discussed on KGAB AM 650

"At our wyoming tonight forecast from day weather eleven good evening everyone across shannon southeastern wyoming quiet weather for tonight as we see just a few clowns out there and try conditions overnight temperatures will be warmest again you stay rising towards the upper eighties we do star to see temperatures tapering down a bit forty and half of their week especially thursday and friday are we could be as a miles as the low eighties late date that ll in good evening everyone across chandon southeastern wyoming well we could see a couple more isolated showers earth thunderstorms this evening otherwise the trend will be partly cloudy skies and dry conditions overnight not going to be as hot for a wednesday thursday in friday's temperatures dropping to the eighties that we still do you see chances and good ones perhaps for thunderstorms wednesday and thursday in the afternoon and evening hours could see a couple of isolated stronger thunderstorms later in the week as well that's your summary i'll be right back with more in just amounted and tim steps in and i've lived worked and raise my family and wyoming my entire life so i take it personally when the washington establishment threatens the likelihood of my friends and neighbor's i've been leading the fight for jobs inner g and our way of life in the state legislature since two thousand eight now i'm ready to battle washington and its energy killing regulations to protect wyoming industries and create jobs i'm tim stubbs and i'm running for congress and i approve this message because it's time to get while going working already entrust federal credit union has been serving wyoming since nineteen fifty four if you wanna local place to bank stop in team already entrust federal credit union find them at nine the radiant trust dot com still could see a shower or thunderstorms into the early evening hours tonight otherwise trending to partly cloudy skies lows near six the knot is hot wednesday amid eighties some sunshine but there will be another chance for scatter thunderstorms late midday i'm meteorologist jimmy guns are with your day weather forecast.

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