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Mike Enzi says his anti-LGBTQ remarks were about 'promoting respect'.

His record suggests otherwise.Sen. Mike Enzi visiting a different middle school earlier this month. CREDIT: Facebook/Mike EnziLast week, Sen. Mike Enzi tried to sound supportive of LGBT people, but he made a comment that seemed to confirm he was just the opposite.While Enzi addressed students at Greybull High School in his ...

- ThinkProgress - US

Sen. Mike Enzi says a man who wears a tutu to a bar 'kind of asks for it'.

Sen. Mike Enzi spoke to students at Greybull High School in Wyoming on April 20, saying laws aren't the right way to protect LGBT citizens.

- Washington Post - US

U.S. Senator Mike Enzi: A Man Who Wears Tutus to Bars 'Kind of Asks For It'.

Wyoming's senior Senator, Republican Mike Enzi made some curious comments recently to a group of middle and high school students.

- Mediaite - US

Lounging Meets Transportation With Hammocraft | Autoblog Minute.

Filed under: Videos,Autoblog Minute,Original Video Wyoming based company Hammocraft has made a frame that allows you to attach a hammock to some of your favorite water crafts. Designed to be used with paddle boards and kayaks this metal frame was inspired by the desire to lounge on the go. The Hammocraft frame is currently ...

- Autoblog - US

Welch named Johan Energy vice-president, CFO.

Patrick Welch has been appointed vice-president and chief financial officer of Jonah Energy LLC, a privately held company formed in 2014 to manage properties in Jonah natural gas field of Wyoming.

- OGJ - US

GOP senator from Matthew Shepard's state: A 'guy who wears a tutu to the bar' is 'asking for it'.

Here's what Wyoming's senior senator reportedly had to say about LGBTQ Americans in the state where Matthew Shepard was beaten, tortured, and left to die on a fence post two decades ago in one of the nation's most brutal anti-gay hate crimes: Sen. Mike Enzi told a group of high school and middle school students last week ...

- Daily Kos - US

Republican senator apologizes for saying 'a guy who wears a tutu' in public 'kind of asks for it'.

APWyoming Sen. Mike Enzi apologized on Tuesday for suggesting to a group of students that gay people should expect physical violence based on their clothing. The remarks came last week as Enzi was speaking at Greybull High School during a Q&A with high school and middle school students. One student asked about LGBT ...

- Business Insider - US

Lack of Oxygen Not a Showstopper For Life.

The hot springs of Yellowstone National Park may be extreme environments, but they are host to a diversity of microbes that could shed light on the evolution of life on Earth and, perhaps, what lurks on distant planets.

- Space.com - US

Lack of Oxygen Not a Showstopper For Life.

Moffett Field CA Apr 20, 2017 The hot springs of Yellowstone National Park may be extreme environments, but they are host to a diversity of microbes that could shed light on the evolution of life on Earth and, perhaps, what lurks on distant planets. While photosynthetic life cannot tolerate the high temperatures of hot ...

- SpaceDaily.com - US

Yellowstone National Park Had a $680 Million Impact on Local Economies.

We've had year after year o rising park attendance and spending. What will the Trump years look like for parks? -Jason Clampet

- Skift - US

Beyond Yellowstone: Lawmakers Want Tourists to See Native America.

The Blackfeet Indian Reservation rolls across the plains just east of Glacier National Park. There’s a hotel and casino. There are gas stations, a few eateries and a museum about the culture and history of the people that have occupied the territory long before the arrival of the U.S. Cavalry and the hordes of ...

- Voice of America - US

UW Researcher Helps Quantify Grasslands' Carbon Storage Value

When grasslands feature a wide array of plant species, they provide a variety of benefits for humans and animals, including enhanced carbon storage capacity that can be quantified economically, according to a new scientific paper co-written by a University of Wyoming researcher.

- ENN - US

Minnesota police department has fun with stoners on 4/20

Undercover #420 operations are in place,' police in Wyoming, Minn., tweeted early Thursday. Discreet traps have been set up throughout the city today.'

- Yahoo! News - US

7 Wyoming school districts OK allowing legal action

- Education Week - US

Minnesota police share 'undercover' 4/20 sting plan on Twitter: report

The Wyoming, Minn., Police Department tweet received thousands of retweets and "likes"

- Times-Picayune - US

Why this police department's 'hilarious' tweet about 420 is actually super messed up

While 420, the unofficial holiday for all things weed started as a secret code between some teens, it's become so much more in the past few years. As cannabis becomes more accepted in society as states move to legalize recreational and medical marijuana, 420 has become commercialized. Major brands and even police ...

- Mashable! - US

The plan to make America's nukes great again could go horribly wrong

It was nearly 2 o'clock in the morning on Oct. 23, 2010, when an Air Force lieutenant called from his base in Wyoming to report the nightmare scenario unfolding before him. Fifty intercontinental ballistic missiles — each tipped with a nuclear warhead 20 times more powerful than the bomb

- VICE News - US

Minnesota police set up 'traps' on 4/20 day

Police in Wyoming, Minnesota have set up the some "discreet" 420 traps to catch their weed suspects.

- FOX News - US

Rising seas could flood middle America with people from the coasts

Related CompaniesRising sea levels caused by climate change may drive U.S. coastal residents to areas far from the seaboard, not just to adjacent inland regions, according to a study published online in the journal Nature Climate Change. Even landlocked states such as Arizona and Wyoming could see significant increases in ...

- Business Insider - US

¿Qué se necesitará para prevenir otra inundación tipo Coyote Creek?

Nota editorial: La maana del 21 de febrero, el rea de Rock Springs en San Jos vio las peores inundaciones de la ciudad en dos dcadas cuando tormentas invernales causaron que el Coyote Creek se desbordara. Las primeras tormentas de...

- New America Media - US

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