Governor Mead

You Are Invited!

With the session well behind us here in Wyoming, it’s important that gun owners take stock of what went right and what went wrong this session in the fight for the Second Amendment. Of course, with your help, our bill to end the deadly ‘Gun Free Zones’ (HB 137) cleared the House and Senate, only to be vetoed by Governor Mead. Perhaps worse, our bill to allow for Campus Carry

Do You Have Two Minutes and a Cell Phone?

We’re down to the wire! Insiders have reported to us that Governor Mead intends to veto HB 137 as early as MONDAY MORNING! But we’re hearing that Mead is also nervous about the potential blowback from gun owners here in Wyoming should he block this gun bill. That’s why it’s absolutely essential that you call him immediately and insist that he sign this bill into law or allow it to

Gov. Mead Trusts Felons With Guns – Does He Trust You?

As time runs short on Gov. Mead’s ability to sign HB 137 into law, you should know that yesterday he signed HB 231 into law. HB 231 allows convicted felons — even felons convicted of violent felonies — to have the right to purchase and possess black powder firearms restored here in Wyoming. Don’t misunderstand, we’re not saying that it’s wrong for certain groups of convicted criminals to have their

Governor Mead to Veto HB 137?

This is the rumor that’s swirling around Cheyenne as insiders report to us that Governor Mead is on the verge of doing the bidding of gun grabbers — by vetoing HB 137! This is outrageous and I need your immediate action to help stop it. As a reminder, HB137 simply removes the current ‘Gun Free Zone’ policies that ban concealed carry in our state capitol, county buildings, city halls and

HB 137 Clears the Legislature!

After a tumultuous few days in the House, HB 137 cleared the final legislative hurdle when it passed the House yesterday! And I have to tell you, this was only due to your relentless pressure. At so many points in the process over the last three days, anti-gun lobby organizations and moderates in the legislature came close to shutting this bill down. But the grassroots pressure of WyGo members made