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Hathaway Scholarship Increase Passes Legislature, Lawmakers Discuss Interim Topics [AUDIO]

Lawmakers wind up the session working on final passage of bills and conference committee reports.

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Speed Limit Bill Passes, Senate Confirms Richard Crandall As Head of the Wyoming Department of Education [AUDIO]

Lawmakers putting the final touches on the budget session. Wednesdya is the deadline for bills to be heard on third reading or they are dead for the session.

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Moose-Wilson Road Bill Moves Forward, Game and Fish Funding Bill Passes House [AUDIO]

Lawmakers head to Canada Saturday to tour a huge industrial complex in Edmonton, Alberta, which could be a model for a similar venture in Wyoming.

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Land Swap Bill Passes Senate, Suicide Training For Teachers Advances in House [AUDIO]

The House also advanced a bill that would allow the Capitol Renovation project to move forward.

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Medicaid Expansion and Early Childhood Bills Fail Introduction

A medicaid expansion bill fails introduction in the Senate. An Early Childhood education bill fails in the house.

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Legislative Leaders Address Session [AUDIO]

Several Wyoming legislative leaders decried what they said were rude and threatening tactics by supporters of certain bills in the legislative session that wrapped up this week.

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Lawmakers Seek Compromise on Lottery Bill [AUDIO]

Updated: (2/25 @5:31 p.m,)

A joint conference committee worked out a deal on the lottery bill.  The compromise calls for cities and towns to receive $6 million of the proceeds each year for 6 years, with the overage going into the common school land trust fund. The compromise must now go to the House and Senate to see if they agree with the deal. 

A bill that would allow a state lottery in Wyoming has been sent to a conference committee after the state House voted 34-25 not to agree with an amendment the Senate made last week in how the proceeds of the lottery would be used.

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Powerball Jackpot Reaches A Record $550 Million
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Lottery Bill Passes Senate Amended, Goes Back to the House [AUDIO]

House speaker Tom Lubnau, and Senate President Tony Ross, both said Friday they won't push to override the governor's line-item vetoes.

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Wyoming Governor Matt Mead
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Gov Mead Vetoes Part of Budget, Lottery Bill Passes Another Vote [AUDIO]

Governor Matt Mead vetoed some sections of the supplemental budget bill Thursday.

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Senate Committee Endorses Amended Gun Bills [AUDIO]

The Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday endorsed an amendment to a bill that already has passed the house.

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