Wyoming's most valuable and precious resource are the young families
who choose to live and work in Wyoming and raise their families here.
Why don't the governor and state legislature invest time and money and
attention to this essential resource?
Many other states strengthen and support young families by making the
programs available and accessible (like early childhood education/day
care, affordable and available medical care including mental health
care, affordable housing and a livable minimum wage) to this essential
part of Wyoming's economy.
One would think that the out of staters who make Wyoming their second
home in order to benefit from no income tax and the extractive
industries make Wyoming's communities so wonderful.
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