When you're a small state, size really does matter


Does size matter?

It sure does when you are Wyoming, whose massive geographic size has nothing to do with its great advantages of being the smallest state in the union when it comes to population.

Spanning 97,818 square miles, the 563,000 people occupying our state are unique in all the USA. For example, we are the only state that does not have a city larger than 65,000.

The New York Times did a story a few years ago bemoaning, in the writer’s opinion, the horribly unfair U. S. constitution, and how it makes each voter in Wyoming to be the most powerful and influential in the country....

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