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State Treasurer Mark Gordon said he intends to run for Wyoming governor this year, confirming widespread speculation that he had decided to run after months... [Read More]
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Former state lawmaker Robert McKim died Monday, House Speaker Steve Harshman announced. He was 72 years old. [Read More]
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House Democrats in the Wyoming Legislature complained after the chamber adjourned early on Friday before considering several bills sponsored by the minority party. But several... [Read More]
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Longtime state lawmaker Tom Lockhart of Casper has died, House Speaker Steve Harshman announced Monday morning. He was 82 years old. [Read More]
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Happy Monday! The Legislature is one-quarter of the way done, barring a vote to extend it. The media room at the Jonah Business Center has... [Read More]
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On Tuesday afternoon, the lights at the Wyoming Legislature repeatedly flickered and then failed as the temporary capitol building lost power. [Read More]
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A package of election law reforms meant to strengthen campaign finance reporting requirements took a significant step forward Tuesday as a House committee amended the... [Read More]
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Department of Health Director Tom Forslund said Thursday that he was considering entering the Wyoming governor's race as a Republican. [Read More]
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Department of Health Director Tom Forslund said Thursday that he was considering entering the Wyoming governor's race as a Republican. [Read More]
A so-called "stand your ground" law moved forward in the Wyoming Legislature on Thursday with overwhelming support. Wyoming is currently the only state that requires... [Read More]
The Wyoming House moved forward a bill that would require "In God We Trust" to be displayed all public school classrooms across the state, as... [Read More]
Even Valentine's Day couldn't make Wyoming lawmakers love taxes. The House rejected a small increase in the liquor tax by an overwhelming margin Wednesday morning. [Read More]
Citing concerns about increased traffic fatalities and a loss of funding for public schools, lawmakers in the House Judiciary Committee decided to scrap a plan... [Read More]
Domestic violence advocates achieved a small victory in an ongoing effort to strengthen Wyoming's stalking laws, following a similar measure's failure in the Legislature last... [Read More]
Democratic leaders in the Wyoming Legislature plan to re-introduce a Medicaid expansion and call for the passage of an income tax on high earners. [Read More]
Gov. Matt Mead cautioned against deep cuts to state spending on education and social services, while praising the overall reduction in the size of Wyoming's... [Read More]
Happy Monday! More like hectic Monday for those of us gathered in Cheyenne for the start of what's expected to be a whirlwind "budget session,"... [Read More]
In Wyoming's citizen Legislature, where legislators aren't professionals, individual lawmakers often hold significant sway among their colleagues. Whether it's based on their position in the... [Read More]
Wyoming Secretary of State Ed Murray announced his resignation late Friday afternoon, effective immediately. Murray said he has been "devastated" by two recent accusations of... [Read More]
The race for Wyoming Secretary of State is heating up as two candidates have announced plans to run this week. State Sen. Leland Christensen, R-Alta,... [Read More]
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