Casper's Solid Waste Manager was in Cheyenne Friday meeting with a house committee as they consider a bill that would determine when and where dollars will go to cover the cost of remediating leaking landfills and the resulting contaminated ground water.
"It is really awful how few women we have in the Wyoming legislature right now and even though the women who are there are all different politically we do bring an important perspective. I mean there are only 13 women in the House. That is not representative of the state as a whole."
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