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House votes to approve Keystone XL Pipeline
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House Passes Keystone XL Pipeline, Senate Vote Next Week

The U.S. House of Representatives voted to approve the Keystone XL Pipeline Friday by a vote of 252-161.

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Ownership Of Teton County Courthouse Returns To The County

In 1986 the Board of County Commissioners of Teton County conveyed a parcel of land to the federal government as part of an agreement between Teton County and the Wyoming Federal Court for the construction of a United States District Court in Jackson

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Cindy Hill
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Cindy Hill: Should Have Focused More On Legislature

Outgoing State Superintendent of Public Instruction Cindy Hill says she "regrets not focusing more on the legislature" during her term in office.

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Wyofile Analysis of Election

Despite lots of money and hoopla, Tuesday proved Wyoming is still solidly red.

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Category: Politics, Wyoming News
University Of Wyoming Old Main
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Voters Say “No” to Non-Residents on the University of Wyoming Board of Trustees

Wyoming voters overwhelmingly defeated a proposed constitutional amendment that would have allowed non-residents to serve on the University of Wyoming Board of Trustees.

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GOP Picks Up More Seats

Jay Rockefeller's old seat goes red.

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McConnell Wins

First big victory for GOP for the night.

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voting machine
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Wallethub: Wyoming Has the Most Powerful Voters

As Americans head to the polls tomorrow, WalletHub has identified Wyoming as the state with the most and least influential voters in the country.

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Immigration Justice Coalition protesters
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Opponents, Supporters Of Refugee Resettlement Air Views

Citizen's Protecting Wyoming,(CPW) a group which says it has concerns about Governor Matt Mead's letter to the federal government about refugee re-settlement held a rally Saturday on the steps of the state Capitol Building.

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Category: Politics, Wyoming News
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Patterson Interviewed in North Las Vegas

Questions were very general and avoided Casper controversies.

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Category: Casper News, Politics

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