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Open Spaces March 15, 2019

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On this episode, a collaboration with the Casper Star Tribune on Natrona County's approach to child sexual abuse. The state legislature is looking at solutions to the "race to operator-ship" problem. Oil and gas developers are flooding the state with permit requests. There's growing bipartisanship behind the idea of charging a fee for producing carbon. And we will find out what it's so difficult to get new information about an officer related shooting in Laramie. Those stories and more.

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