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Republican House candidate Harriet Hageman speaks to supporters on Tuesday in Cheyenne, Wyo., after defeating Rep. Liz Cheney in the Republican primary. Mead Gruver/AP hide caption

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(Left) More than 100 people have been attending weekly anti-abortion prayer vigils outside the site of a future Casper, Wyo., clinic offering abortion and other health care services. (Right) Abortion-rights supporter Rikki Hayes holds up a sign near the site of a Wellspring Health Access clinic. Arielle Zionts/KHN hide caption

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Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell appears before the Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee in July. The Fed is facing a key decision of when to start withdrawing some of the stimulus it has provided to markets during the pandemic. Win McNamee/Getty Images hide caption

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It's Called The Bond Taper. Yes, It's Geeky. But This Is Why You Should Know About It

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People cross the road as a sign warns of heavy snow on Sunday in Denver. A winter storm closed roads, affected flights and knocked out power in Arizona, Wyoming, Nebraska and Colorado through the weekend. Michael Ciaglo/Getty Images hide caption

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In Wyoming, public schools such as Pinedale's middle school, face significant cuts to their budgets due to slumping oil, gas and coal prices. Kirk Siegler/NPR hide caption

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Facing A Reckoning, Wyoming Wrestles With A Transition From Fossil Fuels

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A sign in the Jonah Field advertises cheap rates at a deserted motel built for oil and gas workers. Kirk Siegler/NPR hide caption

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A Wyoming County Predicts 'Total Economic Devastation' From Biden Leasing Ban

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Diwali is known as the "festival of lights." But really, it's more than that. It is a new year for Hindus across the globe. It symbolizes the victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance. jayk7/Moment/Getty Images hide caption

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How Hindus In Wyoming Are Celebrating Diwali, the 'Festival Of Lights,' Amid Pandemic

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Ty Cordingly and his dad at a local Gillette diner. He's seen coworkers leave the state for jobs and thinks Wyoming relies too much on the energy industry. Cooper McKim/Wyoming Public Media hide caption

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'It's The Stone Age Of Fossil Fuels': Coal Bankruptcy Tests Wyoming Town

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In rugged, rural areas, patients often have little choice about how they'll get to the hospital in an emergency. "The presence of private equity in the air ambulance industry indicates that investors see profit opportunities," a 2017 report from the federal Government Accountability Office notes. pidjoe/Getty Images hide caption

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Gregory Day holds a placard covered in photos of his deceased daughter, Dawn. It's the one he carried in a Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women's march last spring. Melodie Edwards/Wyoming Public Media hide caption

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7 States Step Up Efforts To Fight Violence Against Indigenous Women

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A coyote runs down the road in Wyoming's Yellowstone National Park. In 2018, more than 68,000 coyotes were killed in the U.S., including 5,600 just in Wyoming, under an Agriculture Department program. Karen Bleier/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Jason Salfi, left, and Dr. David Erickson, right, of Dimensional Energy, are finalists in the Carbon XPrize. They stand in front of the Dry Fork Station coal-fired power plant in Gillette, Wyo., where the competition is located. Cooper McKim/Wyoming Public Radio hide caption

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In Wyoming, A Contest To Capture Carbon And Save Coal

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Wyoming attorney Karen Budd-Falen, recently named as Deputy Solicitor for Parks and Wildlife at the Department of the Interior, sits in her law office in Cheyenne, Wyo. Mead Gruver/AP hide caption

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Some of the cattle grazing on the Persson Ranch are tracked using blockchain technology, which may allow consumers to know where their meat comes from and more. Kamila Kudelska/Wyoming Public Radio hide caption

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Where's The Beef? Wyoming Ranchers Bet On Blockchain To Track It

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At least three marijuana plants have been discovered in city-owned planters in Powell, Wyo. Courtesy of the City of Powell Parks and Recreation Department hide caption

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The Diamond B Ranch, north of Cheyenne, Wyo., is no longer a working property. It's been bought and subdivided by a realty company. Cooper McKim/Wyoming Public Radio hide caption

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Rural Lands At Risk As Ranchers Prepare For Retirement

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One 8.5-oz. serving of THC-laced beverage (left) alongside three ounces of dried marijuana (right). Miles Bryan/Wyoming Public Media hide caption

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How Much Pot Is In That Brownie? Wyoming Moves To Toughen Edible Marijuana Laws

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