The long-debated debt-ceiling plan was passed by congress last week, and Wyoming legislators have voiced their opinions about the plan.
Wyoming Republican Cynthia Lummis said last week that the plan is a step on “the path to reversing the current spending trajectory and making progress towards greater fiscal responsibility.”
Some criticize the deal saying that it doesn't allow the opportunity for much-needed job creation in areas around the country. Some say that the Tea Party came out on top, while the deal does have provisions that would allow President Barack Obama significant spending power. Obama talked a lot about job-creation in the week following the debt plan approval.
The deal has a 10-year plan to reduce spending by 2.4 trillion, but that could vary largely on who takes the White House and Congressional majority in coming years.
This week's Bank of Sheridan/Sheridanmedia.com Poll Question is: Do you support the debt-ceiling plan recently passed by Congress.
Let us know what you think, go online and feel free to post appropriate comments, then be sure to tune in to our live Jackson Electric Open Line at 9 am Friday on 930 KROE.