With the Wyoming Legislature scrambling to find revenue to overcome the state’s budget deficit, no state-funded non-profit can expect to receive funding at levels seen in recent years.
But to face a second cut that could mean a 40% reduction in funding is not what the Prevention Management Organization of Wyoming expected.
CEO Keith Hotle had this to say about the prospect of a second cut in funding…
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The organization has played a critical role in addressing the risk and reality of suicide in Wyoming and local PMO representative Bill Hawley sees the proposed cut as impacting Johnson County in several ways…
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Both Hotle and Hawley encouraged local concerned citizens to voice their support for PMO’s efforts when communicating with state legislators.