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    Marshall Burt

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Given the cuts to the Wyoming Departments of Health and Family Services already made by Governor Gordon, how would you immediately protect the most vulnerable among us?

Do you support any legislation that may come before the 2021 session of the Legislature that could result in raising revenue? Please explain.

What is your position on “Medicaid expansion” that allows low-income adults to be eligible for healthcare coverage with 90% funding from the Federal government and 10% funding from the State?

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My name is Marshall Burt, and I am running to represent Green River and Rock Springs in the Wyoming House of Representatives. I am driven by a sense of service to my wife and children, to my country, and my community, and I am committed to bringing that dedication to Cheyenne. I am a veteran of the US Marine Corps, and have worked in the oil industry here in Wyoming. I currently work as a Track Inspector at Union Pacific. I pride myself on service, which is why I helped find a home for the American Legion in Green River, and I am a charter member of the Sweetwater County Marine Corps League. I am also a volunteer firefighter. I will bring that spirit of independence and service to the Wyoming State House.
I’m a firm believer that the best way to help the disadvantaged is to remove government barriers to their success. By modernizing our industries, including healthcare and infrastructure, and making Wyoming the best place to do business, we can provide jobs and opportunities to the people who are historically disadvantaged. Free markets can provide the viable and useful opportunities that government programs only stand in the way of.
I feel I must be abundantly clear in this answer. I do NOT support, and will NEVER support any increase in taxes. We have billions sitting in low-yield investment accounts, including $709,000,000 in “emerging markets” accounts which have lost, on average, 3.75% since 2013. This is an unacceptable gamble from our state government. We must examine and eliminate all waste, fraud, and abuse, and reinvest our dead-end investment accounts so they are serving the people of Wyoming.
There is no need to have further interference from the federal government in the healthcare markets. Cronyism is the reason why healthcare is so expensive today. I would support any legislation that opens up markets in healthcare, including prescription drug access across state lines, telemedicine, and remote imaging. This will keep costs low without further socializing our already broken and bleeding system.