Miller Would Change How Congress Passes Laws

Bryan Miller speaking at a recent forum. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)
Bryan Miller speaking at a recent forum. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)
Bryan Miller in the Sheridan Media newsroom. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)
Bryan Miller in the Sheridan Media newsroom. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

U.S. Senate candidate Bryan Miller, who’s going up against senior Republican Senator Mike Enzi in the primary to represent the people of Wyoming in Washington, says his military experience has prepared him for the job.

After 23 years of service, he retired in 2011 as a Lieutenant Colonel in the U.S. Air Force.

After he retired, he said he moved back to his home town of Sheridan and started a business.

That’s why he believes he could bring a lot to the table when issues on alternative energy arise.

And, he wants to change the way bills are passed in Washington.

He said he would put a law forward in Congress that would change the rule-making process by adding a clause that says every final rule must come back to the House and Senate for a final vote. That way, he said, "we can hold someone responsible for making the laws."

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