Welcome to Jackie Grimes for Wyoming State Representative

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The Platform


All children in Wyoming should have access to a strong, high-quality education which leads to a workforce that attracts desired industries and creates rewarding careers and strong families.  We need to ensure that our school districts have the appropriate funding needed to provide access to highly qualified teachers, up-to-date curriculums, and buildings and technology that keep our children competitive with the rest of the country.

Safety of Our Children

 Our future lies with our children and we must ensure that they thrive in a safe environment. We do it with comprehensive crisis response plans; recommended ratios of school counselors, school social workers and school psychologists; awareness of mandated child abuse reporting laws; and moving from a punish-first model to a model where children understand we view them as innately good and deserving of positive support and care.  

Health Care Costs

Average monthly health care costs are approaching the cost of housing in Laramie. The average monthly price for the Second-Lowest Silver Plan (SLCSP) for a 27 year old in Wyoming is going from $413 in 2017 to $710 in 2018 -  that's a $297 per month increase and costs $8,520 a year. Notice the difference in cost in Wyoming and Nebraska where there is only 1 insurer compared to the states that have 2 or more. The legislature needs to determine what is keeping insurers out of Wyoming and take actions to make Wyoming more attractive to them.

Health Care Access

Health should be an inalienable right for all Americans and there are things we can do to enhance our systems to provide better health for everybody. The Governor has endorsed expanding Medicaid yet we leave thousands of our people unprotected. With Wyoming having the highest health care premiums in the region and the lowest state minimum wage we need to take advantage of available federal dollars to ensure that 34,000  of our most vulnerable residents have affordable health care coverage.

The Economy and Workforce

We can identify the industries of the twenty first century, what their infrastructure and workforce needs are and prepare our communities and people to provide attractive, affordable places for these companies to locate. Technology is making the world interconnected and companies want affordable locations with highly trained workforces that are motivated and hardworking – a perfect description of the Wyoming workforce.