Minimum wage bill didn’t survive. But it made a simple and elegant proposal that would have protected all of Wyoming’s workers — especially women, guest columnists Samin Dadelahi and Jen Simon write.
Jennie Gordon’s campaign is laudable, writes guest columnist Rynders, but it’s not enough on its own.
Candidates in 2016 ought to be made to clearly state their position on raising the state minimum wage of $5.15 to the state’s living wage.
Less money spent on government assistance programs means healthier state budgets, and could also result in more parents spending time with their families.
The Wyoming race for U.S. Senate pits well-funded incumbent Sen. Mike Enzi (R) against a former Catholic priest, an airline pilot, and a cook.