CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Wyoming residents are encouraged to use the legislature’s website to track legislation and participate in policymaking during the 2023 General Session.
The web address is www.wyoleg.gov and is continually updated as each bill moves through the legislative process.
A variety of resources are available on the site, including legislation and amendments sponsored by legislative committees and individual members. The text of each bill is posted on the legislature’s website as soon as the legislation is assigned a bill number.
The status for bills in the House and Senate can be tracked via the legislative website by clicking on the “View and Track Legislation” link on the homepage, or the 2023 General Session Bills link under “Legislation” in the lower portion of the website.
Additionally, residents can find information about how their legislators voted by clicking on the “Votes” tab on each individual bill page. The results are posted after each roll call vote is taken.
Information regarding the dates and times of standing committee meetings and House and Senate daily floor schedules is also available. Calendars of floor proceedings in the Senate and House are posted in the late afternoon for the next day’s activities, including the legislation under consideration and the general order of business.
Residents can also sign up to receive the committee notices and floor calendars electronically through the legislature’s email subscription service.
The public can watch live and archived video of House and Senate floor proceedings and committee meetings on the legislature’s YouTube channel. Users can access videos by clicking the YouTube icon on the legislature’s website, or by searching “Wyoming Legislature” on YouTube.
The website also provides a variety of ways for residents to contact their elected officials, including contact information for legislators and the “Online Hotline,” which allows the public to recommend support or opposition to a piece of legislation or leave a comment regarding a bill.
For more information on the website or to report technical problems, contact the Legislative Service Office at 307-777-7881.