Bills and Status

The Wyoming Legislature Citizen Guidebook is available on the Legislature’s Website. You are welcome to share this useful tool with your constituents as we approach the session. Hard copies of this guidebook will be available in the LSO as well as throughout the Jonah Business Center just prior to the legislative session. The guidebook can […]

Public Participation

The Wyoming Legislature Citizen Guidebook is available on the Legislature’s Website. You are welcome to share this useful tool with your constituents as we approach the session. Hard copies of this guidebook will be available in the LSO as well as throughout the Jonah Business Center just prior to the legislative session. The guidebook can […]

Coal Industry in Wyoming

Clean Power Plan at the EPA’s listening session My comments on the repeal of the Clean Power Plan at the EPA’s listening session at the Gillette College Tech Center. You can come and speak until 8pm tonight. Please come today (3/27/18) and speak in favor of our coal companies and ask the EPA, face to […]

Wyoming Education, Common Core

Common Core has been one of the most polarizing education initiatives ever conceived by national education bureaucrats. From its conception it has divided and angered hundreds of thousands of parents across the country. They created huge numbers of grassroots organizations, including several here in Wyoming, to oppose this corrosive education scheme. These groups have spent […]

Judiciary

Judiciary: We have several issues in Wyoming. We have a prison in Rawlins in disrepair, overcrowding in our jails/prisons, a legalized marijuana initiative that may soon be on the ballot, and an ongoing struggle with civil asset forfeiture. On the prison in Rawlins, we received a report during the 2016 budget session indicating $80+ million […]

Healthcare – Affordable Care Act

Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead announced December 2015 that he would spend the next few months advocating for Obamacare’s Medicaid expansion in the 2016 budget. But so far, Wyoming legislators have taken a thoughtful approach, carefully reviewing all of the evidence and ultimately rejecting Obamacare expansion. And they haven’t just rejected it once. In 2014 alone, state lawmakers […]

Public lands

Why can’t WY issue more coal leases in the Powder River Basin (PRB)? In part, because the federal gov’t claims that they own a vast amount of land and minerals in the PRB. In fact, the feds claim ownership of 48% of WY public lands and 67% of OUR minerals. Should Washington D.C. bureaucrats control […]

Running for Re-election

Hey friends, I am officially announcing re-election for the Wyoming House of Representatives (HD31)! In my first term I fought for common sense solutions, championed fiscal discipline, and developed meaningful working relationships, all without compromising my principles. I have a strong record that reflects social and fiscal conservatism, and I look forward to using my […]