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The U.S. Representative for Wyoming's At-large congressional district, serving since 2009.
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ENG: Cynthia Marie Lummis Wiederspahn (born September 10, 1954) is the U.S. Representative for Wyoming's At-large congressional district, serving since 2009. She is a member of the Republican Party. She previously served as a state representative (1979–83, 1985–93), state senator (1993–95), and state treasurer (1999–2007). Early life Lummis was born on September 10, 1954 in Cheyenne. She was educated at Trinity Lutheran School and public schools in Cheyenne. She was active in the 4-H Club and raised Hereford calves every year for showing at the annual county fair in August. After high school, Lummis enrolled in the University of Wyoming in Laramie, the state's only four-year institution of higher learning. She obtained two bachelor of science degrees in ...
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Lummis Applauds Wyoming Wolf Management Legislation

In response to passage of Wyoming Senate File 0041, on establishing a new Wyoming wolf management plan, signed by Governor Matt Mead into law on Wednesday, U.S. Representative Cynthia Lummis (R-Wyo) released the following statement: “I commend Governor Mead and the Wyoming legislature for their swift and decisive work to approve the new wolf management plan. As usual, Wyoming is holding up its end of the bargain. I realize that history does not provide us with many examples to instill confidence, but I do expect the federal government will at long last make good on their promises ...

Lummis says President’s policies have failed

U.S. Representative Cynthia Lummis, R-Wyo., issued the following statement following President Obama’s address to a joint session of Congress: “The President’s policies have not only failed they’ve actually made matters worse. So I think it’s time that we try some bipartisan ideas. Let’s cut spending 1 percent per year for the next eight years. That alone will balance the budget. “Then there’s the idea of reforming our entitlement programs in order to save them because they’re on the path to insolvency now. “Also we need to focus ...

Wyoming Rep. Cynthia Lummis Voted Yes On Gun Control

While you and I were busy fighting an expansion of gun-free zones here in Wyoming, the folks in Washington D.C. were moving to enact new gun control on a unsuspecting public. Sadly Representative Cynthia Lummis voted YES on a measure that criminalizes someone that is lawfully carrying a firearm for self defense. Under this federal legislation, H.R. 347 – Restricted Buildings and Grounds Improvement Act, anyone addressing the government with grievances (like the first amendment guarantees) while lawfully in possession of a firearm, could face ten years in prison. The gun grabbers ...

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Lummis, Walz Trail Bill Passes U.S. House
Today H.R. 845, the National Forest System Trails Stewardship Act, sponsored by U.S. Representatives Cynthia Lummis (R-WY) and Tim Walz (D-MN) passed the U.S. House unanimously.  Both Rep. Lummis and Rep. Walz spoke on the House floor in support of the bill. For Rep. Lummis’ floor speech click here or go to https://youtu.be/7mEwnqB1MXg Transcript of Rep. Lummis’ remarks: “I thank the gentleman.  I also thank Mr. Rouzer from North Carolina.  I also want to thank my former committee chairman on the House Agriculture Committee, now the ranking member, Mr. Peterson, for his support of this bill as well as Chairman Conaway of the House Agriculture Committee. “Mr. Chairman, in the national forests, especially in areas where there have been bark beetle damage, the trees are starting to fall across the trails.  And I’ve talked to outfitters who are taking pack trips into the national forests, they’re only in there for two or three days and when they try to
Lummis Issues Statement on Flip McConnaughey’s Passing
U.S. Representative Cynthia Lummis (WY-At large) issued the following statement: “Flip McConnaughey and I shared a birthday as well as the joys of serving Wyoming and the frustrations of working in Washington, D.C.  He was delightful to work with.  To the entire Enzi family, I offer my deepest condolences and prayers.”                                                                                                                &n
Lummis Statement on Passing of Brian Scott Gamroth
Washington, D.C.-Today U.S. Representative Cynthia Lummis (WY-At large) issued the following statement in response to the passing of Brian Scott Gamroth, a radio broadcaster for K2 in Casper: "As personal heartbreakers go, this is right up there. Many of Brian's and my mutual friends know that I encouraged him to run for public office in Wyoming. He was a quintessential Wyoming guy. He loved its people and its places. He devoted his life to Wyoming. He cannot be replaced."                                                                                       &nbs
Lummis: No Guantánamo Detainees on American Soil
Today U.S. Representative Cynthia Lummis (WY-At large) joined a bipartisan majority of her colleagues to support and pass H.R. 5351, which would prohibit the transfer of any individual detained at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba through the end of President Obama’s term.  Under current law, detainees can be transferred to other nations if certain conditions are met.  Two detainees who were released this year by the Obama Administration have returned to the fight. “These detainees may pose a threat to the U.S.,” said Rep. Lummis.  “With released Gitmo detainees returning to the fight we cannot afford to let a campaign promise override security concerns.  President Obama needs to be less concerned with political points and more concerned with Americans' safety.”                                   &n

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