Jewish lawmaker denounces bill banning critical race theory: ‘I cannot accept a neutral, judgment-free approach’
Story continues below advertisementThe bill failed to pass an initial round. However, a bill that outlines limits for teaching critical race theory has advanced within the Senate. Nine states have passed laws against critical race theory, with more than a dozen others considering similar legislation, according to Brookings Institution, a liberal-leaning policy think tank. Back in Wyoming, Schwartz said critical race theory isn’t an issue in his state or any others because it is not a subject being taught in any K-12 system, he told The Post. Rep. Jamie Flitner (R) told The Post that she trusts parents and educators to handle curriculum issues at the local level.washingtonpost.com
Cheney in trouble: 77% GOP would not reelect, 53% call her ‘liberal’
Embattled Rep. Liz Cheney’s position on charges President Donald Trump played a role in the Jan. 6 Capitol riot has not turned around her negative ratings back home in Wyoming, and now she’s on the verge of losing her reelection.news.yahoo.com
Wyoming election changes pushed by Donald Trump Jr. fail
FILE - In this Jan. 20, 2021, file photo, Donald Trump Jr. waits by Air Force One at Andrews Air Force Base, Md. – Wyoming lawmakers rejected a measure that would have required candidates to win a majority of votes in primary elections to avoid runoffs — a change endorsed by Donald Trump Jr. in his campaign to undermine Republican U.S. Rep. Liz Cheney. Trump Jr. called for Cheney’s defeat after she voted to impeach President Donald Trump over the storming of the U.S. Capitol by a mob of his supporters. But for the most part, Wyoming’s Republican elected officials have continued to support her. AdTwo Republican state legislators —- Sen. Anthony Bouchard, of Cheyenne, and Rep. Chuck Gray, of Casper — already have announced they are running against Cheney, Wyoming’s lone congresswoman.