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August 06, 2013


Cheney Application Said She Lived in Wyoming 10 Years

Wyoming U.S. Senate candidate Liz Cheney (R) "improperly received a state resident fishing license based on an application with incorrect information," the Casper Star-Tribune reports.

"Cheney, who last month announced she will challenge Sen. Mike Enzi in the 2014 Republican primary, received her resident license just 72 days after closing on her Wilson house in May 2012. State law requires residents live in the state 365 consecutive days before they can receive a resident hunting or fishing license, which are cheaper than out-of-state licenses. Cheney's application also lists her as a 10-year resident of Wyoming."

Said Cheney: "The clerk must have made a mistake. I never claimed to be a 10-year resident."












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