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Open Air: Wyoming's population is rapidly aging out of the workforce, and many people are unprepared for retirement. What should the state do to address this impending crisis?
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Open Air: Wyoming's population is rapidly aging out of the workforce, and many people are unprepared for retirement. What should the state do to address this impending crisis?

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A passenger rides the CATC bus through Casper in October. The state of Wyoming faces challenges in the coming years as its aging population struggles to save for retirement.

Wyoming's population is rapidly aging out of the workforce, and many people are unprepared for retirement. What should the state do to address this impending crisis? 

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