The households in Wyoming's House District 7 come in all sorts. There are couples with children, couples without children, single parents, individuals, roommates, multiple generations, various languages and faiths, hunters and vegetarians. We are all neighbors and part of the community, but the word "marriage" has meant one man and one woman for hundreds of generations. Sue believes that it is not discrimination to refuse to change the traditional meaning of marriage.
Sue believes that every life is precious. The people of Wyoming should support a culture of life--for the unborn, for all children, for people with physical, mental and emotional challenges, and for the elderly. Everyone's life has value.
The United States Constitution was written in order to "establish justice, insure domestic tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare, and secure the blessings of liberty." Sue believes that government-sponsored or government-encouraged gambling does not improve the general welfare or insure domestic tranquility. Lotteries and casinos are more likely to take money from the poor and give it to out-of-state corporations or wasteful bureaucrats. We do not need a lottery or more gambling in Wyoming.