Lawmakers haven't made it illegal to drop out before age 18 yet, but they're trying to make the choice more undesirable.
A new bill would increase the age at which a student is allowed to drop out from 16 to 18-years-old. Students not following this law would not be allowed to hold a drivers license in Wyoming.
This week's Bank of Sheridan / Sheridanmedia.com Poll Question is: Should the age for mandatory school attendance in Wyoming be raised from 16 to 18?
Let us know what you think, log on and feel free to post appropriate comments. Then be sure to tune-in to our Live Jackson Electric Open Line at 9:10 am this Friday on NewsTalk 930 KROE.