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Carbon County hears about SF104: Speakers want to ensure votes' voice


Platte Valley residents recently heard information on what is happening in their state education system, as several speakers, including state officials, got the chance to express their views on Senate File 104.

Taylor Haynes, president and chief medical officer for Mountain Benefit Management Corporation in Cheyenne, spoke at the Platte Valley Christian Center Saturday. Cindy Hill, state superintendent of public instruction, Sheryl Lain, instructional leader and deputy for Hill, and Jen Young, state chairman of the constitution party of Wyoming, spoke Monday at the Platte Valley Community...

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