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Legislators Meet with Business

The Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce's Action & Advocacy Committee held their annual pre-session meetings with legislators this week. The group offered three separate opportunities for business leaders to meet with state legislators from Laramie county.

On the morning of Tuesday, December 4, Representative Elect Sara Burlingame and Senator Elect Lynn Hutchings met with leaders and shared some of the items they are looking to heading into the 65th Legislature which convenes on January 8, 2019.

On the same day, the Action & Advocacy group met with Senator Tara Nethercott, Representative Dan Zwonitzer and Representative Bill Henderson. With Nethercott serving as the incoming Chairman of the Judiciary Committee and Zwonitzer as the incoming Chairman of the Revenue Committee, both legislators brought keen insight to matters they look at from a state perspective. All three in attendance listened and discussed key points expressed by the business community. Items of transportation, quality of life, education, healthcare and blockchain were presented at all meetings. These have been identified as part of the business principles for the Action & Advocacy Committee.

If you'd like to be a part of the Action & Advocacy Committee contact Tonya A. Dove, Director of Partner Relations, Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce. 307.638.3388 or


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