2017 Legislative Updates

Majority of Wyoming Voters Want to Protect the Quality of Wyoming Education and Are Willing to Pay More in Taxes to Avoid Cuts to K-12 Wyoming Public Education

A July telephone survey of 500 registered Wyoming voters revealed that 78% of voters are willing to pay something more in taxes each year if dedicated to K-12 schools. WEA contracted with the nation’s largest Republican pollster, Public Opinion Strategies, to complete this statistically valid research.

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Daily Legislative Updates

WEA monitors closely any legislation regarding public education, child/young adult well-being and public sector employees. The WEA Legislative Action Team works hard to provide a daily legislative update. Feel free to look at our 2017 Legislative Talking Points memo.

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Legislative Bills Tracking Chart

DEAD Bills Tracking Chart

WEA’s School finance comments regarding the Joint Education Committee’s Subcommittee on Education Deficit Reduction document: Wyoming K-12 Education Funding Deficit White Paper.

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