Death Penalty Repeal, Mayoral Spending On Weekend In Wyoming
A state legislator who wants to repeal Wyoming's death penalty and a city councilman who says he wants to implement some guidelines on how the mayor spends money will be among the guests on the Weekend in Wyoming program on KGAB radio on Saturday.
Cheyenne City Councilman Rocky Case is slated to join host Doug Randall at 11 a.m. Case, who has been a persistent critic of Cheyenne Mayor Marian Orr, says he wants to discuss a new ordinance that is designed to establish some guidelines for how the mayor spends city money. Case says he also wants to address recent statements made by the mayor about working with the city council in 2020.
At 11:30, Executive Director of the Alzheimer's Association of Wyoming will join the program to discuss ''Healthy Living for Brain and Body." Lewis will also discuss Alzheimer's disease in general, which is a growing concern in Wyoming, with its aging population.
At 12 noon, House District 11 Rep. Jared Olsen will discuss why he thinks Wyoming should abolish the death penalty and his plans for a bill in the upcoming legislature.
At 12:30 p.m., former Cheyenne city council Richard Johnson will talk about the pros and cons of bundling 6th penny sales tax proposals on the election ballot versus allowing people to vote on each item on its own.
Callers can pose questions or comments for the guests on the program by calling (307) 632-6500 0r (307) 632-3323.