Today in House Labor!

All three wage gap bills are scheduled to be heard in House Labor/Health upon adjournment today. If you are in Cheyenne or near Cheyenne, get yourself to the Jonah Building and speak up!


If you cannot be there, you still have time to reach out to the members of House Labor/Health via phone or email, thank them for their service, and share your perspective on why a yes vote for pay equity is a yes vote for economic development in Wyoming.


Want more details? Feel free to use our handy talking points which you can download here.

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