Okay, not really.
Wyoming makes some noise by proposing a resolution to “Phase out EV Sales by 2035” as a tongue-in-cheek statement to get your attention to how important Wyoming is for oil, gas, coal, and, oh yeah, all the energy that it takes to create electricity to charge your EV and cook on electric stoves.
Perhaps this resolution was in response to news outlets trying to portray a gas stove ban by the CPSC
Statement by CPSC – Over the past several days, there has been a lot of attention paid to gas stove emissions and to the Consumer Product Safety Commission. Research indicates that emissions from gas stoves can be hazardous, and the CPSC is looking for ways to reduce related indoor air quality hazards. But to be clear, I am not looking to ban gas stoves and the CPSC has no proceeding to do so. CPSC is researching gas emissions in stoves and exploring new ways to address health risks. CPSC also is actively engaged in strengthening voluntary safety standards for gas stoves. And later this spring, we will be asking the public to provide us with information about gas stove emissions and potential solutions for reducing any associated risks. This is part of our product safety mission – learning about hazards and working to make products safer.
Fun facts about gas stoves-
3 Billion people worldwide do not have access to clean cooking with gas stoves. These 3 billion people use wood, charcoal, and dung. That's right, over 2 billion people cook and heat water with dung. According to a review article by Goldemberg et al. (2018), the current state of scientific understanding indicates that the health impact resulting from direct exposure to smoke from biomass cooking leads to about 2.2–3.8 million excess deaths per year, accounting for about 3.9%–6.4% of global mortality. WHO reports Exposure to smoke from cooking fires causes 3.8 million premature deaths each year, mostly in low- and middle-income countries.
Residential use of US natural gas consumption accounts for 15% of total Nat gas, and only 7% of the residential use is for cooking.
If the US bans gas stoves, the 3 billion people worldwide who would love access to gas stoves will be further suppressed by reducing access to affordable, gas stoves. Propane provides the world with affordable, clean energy. Don't let anyone take that choice from you.