Cynthia Lummis

Representing Wyoming
  • Cattle Call: Real Conservation from the Ground Up
    Wyoming understands what 21st century conservation planning should look like: a collaborative, science-based effort to conserve species without sacrificing economic development for the people of our great state. Unfortunately, the law has not caught up with this approach.

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  • Cattle Call: Faced with Success, Some Cry Wolf
    For over a decade the gray wolf has surpassed Endangered Species Act goals, warranting a delisting that returns management to the states. Finally, in 2013, the Fish and Wildlife Service agreed to allow Wyoming to manage wolves under our carefully crafted plan. But now the wolf is back on the list and a federal judge in Washington has overturned Wyoming's plan on a technicality.

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  • Cattle Call: Harry Reid on Jobs: Nothing but Crickets
    Harry Reid is desperately trying to sell the “do nothing Congress” as republicans' fault but it was his own decision to keep the Senate from coming to the table to work on these critical issues. We have sent the Senate many different solutions and ideas. Harry Reid’s Response? Still nothing but crickets.

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  • Cattle Call: The Energy to Move Forward
    Last week the U.S. House gave Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid another chance to work for the American people and he still hasn’t taken up the offer. We sent over a package of energy bills that had already passed the House previously that would gives us jobs and help make America energy independent at a time of growing international instability and he continues to refuse even considering them.

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  • Cattle Call: An Uncertain Strategy without Conviction
    This week the House and Senate voted to authorize President Obama to use American resources through December 11 to arm and train Syrian rebels to help them in their fight against the terrorist forces of the Islamic state known as ISIS and to defend themselves from Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. Let me tell you why I voted against this measure.

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  • Cowboys Against Cancer
    Rep. Lummis with Dooley, a very large stuffed monkey shown around Washington to raise awareness for Cowboys Against Cancer, an organization designed to help pay for travel costs incurred by people in Sweetwater County who have to travel for cancer treatment. Rep. Lummis was pleased to sign Dooley’s vest and join in raising awareness of this group and their important work.

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  • Rep. Lummis meets with Jacob of Gillette
    Jacob Barker of Gillette, Wyoming, (right) spoke with Rep. Lummis about his proposals to the Gillette City Council to fight against graffiti. Two of his proposals the city council supported were to use coatings of a paint like substance that allows graffiti to be washed off with water and to use the 311 app so that people can immediately report graffiti.

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  • Rep. Lummis Addresses the Wyoming Air Force Association
    Rep. Lummis joined Sen. Mike Enzi and Sen. John Barrasso to address the Wyoming Air Force Association about the importance of F.E. Warren Air Force Base in Cheyenne, Wyoming and the critical role it plays in national defense.

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  • Rep. Lummis Meets with Principal Scott O'tremba
    Rep. Lummis met with Principal Scott O'tremba of Lovell High School, this year's Wyoming's Principal of the year.

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  • Rep. Lummis talks with Gabriella of Jackson
    Rep. Lummis met with Gabriella, a High school senior from Jackson, Wyoming who was in Washington to take part in Running Start’s Young Women’s Political Leadership Program.

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@CynthiaLummis #Wyoming conservation: collaborative science-based effort to conserve species w/out sacrificing economic development.

@CynthiaLummis An ESA listing for the gray wolf is not a management plan. It is a plan to not manage at the expense of Wyoming.

@CynthiaLummis I was honored to award Charley Dickey the Bronze Star. It's been 68 years coming but well deserved. Congrats Charley!