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Today’s edition of the Joke of the Day is just horsin’ around!


"How do I define success? Let me tell you, money's pretty nice. But having a lot of money does not automatically make you a successful person. What you want is money and meaning. You want your work to be meaningful, because meaning is what brings the real richness to your life."

~Oprah Winfrey (1954 - ), Stanford Commencement Adress, 2008


   THIS WEEK'S POLL
Early voting has begun in Wyoming.   Will you vote on Election Day or before?



Roughly 80 per cent of Wyoming drivers use seat belts, which puts the state near the bottom in seat belt use nationwide. State law does not allow police to pull over a driver for not wearing a seat belt, but drivers can be fined if they are pulled over for other reasons, and an officer determines they were not buckled in. Some lawmakers and others want to change Wyoming law so police can pull someone over just for not wearing a seat belt. They say that would increase usage.  Should Wyoming change its seat belt law?





   LAST WEEK'S RESULTS
(WyomingNetwork does NOT represent this as a scientific poll.)
One debate has been scheduled for the candidates for Congress in Wyoming, on October 20 in Casper. The Presidential candidates will have three debates.   Should there be more than one debate in the race for Wyoming’s U.S. House seat?

Yes, we need more than one debate
43.6%

No, one debate is fine
56.4%

Health insurance rates are set to go up about 7 per cent next year in Wyoming. Tax credits through Obamacare offset about 80 per cent of the premiums nationwide, for people who qualify.   If the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) had not been passed into law, would health insurance rates have gone up more, less, or not changed from year to year?

Health insurance rates would have gone up more
31.8%

Health insurance rates would have gone up less
54.5%

Health insurance rates would not have changed
13.6%



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