Welcome to Wyoming’s Campaign for Liberty!
Campaign for Liberty has made great strides forward. Activists are working on important initiatives at the local, state, and national levels, and staff members are working hard to provide the training and support you need in order to be successful.
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See the blog below for current battles.
You know what they say - big things come in little packages. Just ask Andy Smith, Grace Smith's dad.
If you have been following Wyoming news, you may have heard of Grace Smith, the 16-year-old Laramie High School student who was [...]
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Last week, the Senate Transportation Committee voted to move Senate File 0003, Automated Vehicle Identification Systems, forward by a vote of 4 to 1.
During this committee meeting, Chairman Bill Landen (Natrona) [...]
In 2018, Wyoming's state legislature overwhelmingly passed the 2018 Wyoming Legal Tender Act which eliminated all tax liability against the purchase, use, and exchange of gold and silver inside the state. Wyoming Campaign for Liberty worked [...]
For Immediate Release: March 14, 2018
Contact: Cathy Ide, firstname.lastname@example.org
Wyoming Joins Neighboring States and Ends Taxation of Precious Metals
Cheyenne, Wyoming - Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul and Wyoming [...]
I am writing to you today about an issue of grave concern to me . . . an issue that could set the liberty movement and our country back decades or worse.
Campaign for Liberty emailed you recently about dangerous bills applying for an Article V [...]