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Panel Denies Wyoming Corrections Dept. Records Proposal

A legislative committee has rejected a proposal that would allow the Wyoming Department of Corrections to deny outright some public requests to inspect records dealing with investigations and security.

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Officials Will Spend $4.5 Million To Finish Designs for Capitol Renovation

State officials have agreed to spend $4.5 million to finish designs for the Capitol renovation even though officials haven't decided whether to include an expansion in the project.

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Some Unions Could Get Break From Health Care Fees

After months of complaining about the new health care law, some labor unions could get a break from fees imposed on everyone covered by health insurance.

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Outlook Forecasts Stronger Job Growth, New Opportunities

A CareerBuilder report on the outlook for job growth sees a strengthening labor market with good-paying career opportunities from 2013 to 2017.

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Mead Appoints Panel To Examine Wyoming Forest Health

Gov. Matt Mead has named a panel to examine ways to improve the health of Wyoming's forests.

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Study: Tributary of Snake River Near Wilson Has High Levels of Algae

The report by the U.S. Geological Survey assesses water quality and biological health of Fish Creek.

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Effort To Build Arizona Border Fence Appears Dead

A plan by Arizona lawmakers to build a mile of fencing along the border with Mexico using private money may be declared dead after more than three years.

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Health Website’s Security Prompts Worries

The Obama administration is getting questions about whether it cut corners on security testing while rushing to meet a deadline to launch the HealthCare.gov website.

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Report: Location, Funds Hurt UW Sports

A consulting firm cites a culture of accepting mediocrity and a lack of money in University of Wyoming football and men's basketball programs.

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Coal Gasification Project Headed to Wyoming Council

An Australian company's plans to experiment with turning coal into gas without removing the coal from the ground are headed before a state review panel.

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