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Senator Anderson, did you think that it was a compliment when you told the Chairwoman of the Wyoming Council for Women’s Issues that your committee would rather look at her than her slides?

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Back in March, before COVID-19, when members of the state Legislature met in person and not virtually, as they did last week, there was a debate about child care on the floor of the Wyoming House — The People’s House, as they like to call it.

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As of this issue, Jennifer M. Simon’s column, Equity State, will appear in the A section. Look for it the first Wednesday of every month, or, like this week, occasionally on the third Wednesday. —Eds.

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The 65th Wyoming Legislature is winding down its budget session, and though it is too soon to offer a post-mortem, there is plenty of information about the fate of certain bills that would benefit women.

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Economic security is a critical part of everyone’s overall well-being, including women’s. It contributes directly to our educational attainment, health, family stability and community engagement.

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As senior policy advisor to the Equality State Policy Center, I’ll spend 2020 launching a statewide pilot project that examines women’s roles in Wyoming: how women drive the economy, access services and participate in leadership — as well as the places where women are left out or overlooked. What I learn in the process, I’ll share in this column, Equity State.