Out View: Access to government can improve
When a politician complains about public’s perception of an issue or that a journalist is making a mountain out of a molehill, it’s usually because they’ve been involved in something that most people disagree with.
For example, Sen. Eli Bebout, R-Riverton, told the Casper Star-Tribune sportsmen opposing a controversial bill regarding state ownership of federal lands, didn’t really understand the intent of the bill.
“I think the message that a lot of people believe out there... really isn’t what it’s about. I think we’ve lost that message,” he told the newspaper.
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