Miller (R) only requested $32,000 out of the budget and that got cut in half, immedaietly. Nowthat's being fiscally conservative.
<more at link>Wyoming Republican state legislator David Miller has introduced a bill to prepare his state for a doomsday scenario in which the nation's economy and social structure completely collapse.
"Things happen quickly sometimes — look at Libya, look at Egypt, look at those situations," Miller told the Star-Tribune. "We wouldn't have time to meet as a legislature or even in a special session to do anything to respond."
...and that was yesterday, the bill was voted down today
We actually have "doomsday" plans in place for most major institutions, civil and federal. But this stuff (article says six states have tried) revolved around home-grown currency being apart of it. That could be fun.