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After a first attempt in September, lawmakers have a new piece of legislation to work that more narrowly targets synthetics
Extreme temperatures catapulted natural gas demand and prices, boosting 2023 financial predictions. The state’s long-term picture, however, remains less lucrative.
Districts would see increased funding for the 2024-25 school year if approved by the Legislature during the upcoming budget session.
The Legislature’s Corporations Committee is set to consider seven draft bills that test whether a utility’s power generation and grid
A constitutional procedure will give the hard-line faction initial veto power in the House, but they’ll still need votes from
Refunded residents more than doubled after the Wyoming Legislature expanded eligibility last spring. Another expansion could be twice as nice,
Even some challenging Rocky Mountain Power’s proposed 29.2% rate hike said the Legislature’s approach would place ratepayers at greater risk.
State law is inhibiting the decertification of a sheriff’s deputy who killed an unarmed man. Lawmakers are eyeing a fix.
Hemp-derived product creates similar, but often more mild, effects as marijuana. Its legality is tenuous, but it’s become a big
Last winter’s higher-than-usual interstate closures and an increasing number of wind-blown wrecks have spurred lawmakers into action.
Amid concerns that a new law inadvertently disenfranchises some voters, a legislative panel delayed a decision to an October meeting.
CASPER, Wyo. — Over 150 people showed up to a public hearing at the Thyra Thomson State Office Building in
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A task force is discussing enhancements to Wyoming’s Indian Child Welfare Act that would bolster tribal involvement and authority.
Two elk-related bills are poised to emerge from the Agriculture Committee, where lawmakers took on an unassigned topic because of
Lawmakers established a key trust fund for developing recreational infrastructure, but not the rules for how it will be governed.
Katie Roenigk, County 10 A legislative committee is moving forward with plans to possibly provide a statewide forensic pathologist to conduct autopsies
Provenza flap is latest ripple in an ongoing conversation about how lawmakers are expected to behave — on and offline
Details of the so-called Wyoming Caucus are still scant, but movement is afoot to coalesce and support non-Freedom Caucus members
After two committees declined to take remote testimony during the 2023 session, Management Council voted to guarantee its availability during
GILLETTE, Wyo. — U.S. Sen. Cynthia Lummis, R-WY, and several other senators have reintroduced a bill to combat the pilot
Conservative concepts like constitutionality and local control have long held sway at the Legislature, but this session Republicans butted heads
In Wyoming, 4-H is now considered a cocurricular activity, allowing members to obtain excused absences for participation in 4-H.
Governor says it’s probable the new near-total abortion-ban law will be tied up in court and should instead go to
Gov. Gordon signs one bill to ban medication-induced abortions and lets another near-complete ban go into effect without his signature.
The governor signed several bills this session to strengthen election integrity and security, but says that changes made to this
This committee will help inform the State Engineer’s Office and the governor by continuing the work of the governor’s Colorado
The HVAC specialist is so essential to state government one lawmaker has threatened to pass a law banning his retirement.
Some lawmakers were ‘disappointed’ that the Legislature didn’t do more to address soaring residential property taxes. What they did accomplish
Two major bills signed today will create the Wyoming Outdoor Recreation and Tourism Trust Fund and codify the federal Indian
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