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Media Release: ESPC Focuses on Women’s Leadership in Wyoming

July 10, 2020 ESPC Focuses on Women’s Leadership in Wyoming LARAMIE, Wyo — Throughout July, the Equality State Policy Center is focusing on women’s leadership in Wyoming with online trainings and an upcoming episode of the People’s Review: Live! This month’s People’s Review: Live!, When Women Vote: Women’s Suffrage, Voter Access & Women’s Representation, will be online on Thursday, July …

Meet Our PR: Live! Panelists

As a fourth-generation Wyoming native, Tate Mullen, Government Relations Director for the Wyoming Education Association, has strong ties to friends and family across the cowboy state. Tate was born in Cheyenne and raised in Casper, where he attended Natrona County High School and Casper Community College. Tate went on to Laramie, where he received his master’s degree in political science, …

ESPC’s Letter to Governor Gordon on the Occidental Land Deal

June 10, 2020 Re: Potential Purchase of Occidental Petroleum lands and minerals Dear Governor Gordon: The Equality State Policy Center and our 30 member organizations throughout Wyoming wish to thank you and your staff for your tremendous leadership in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, and your dedication to protecting public health, civic engagement, and the civil liberties of the people …