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Casper Representative is Suing Governor Mead

And those violations include the hiring of vendors for the project who were alleged to be contributors to Governor Mead’s election campaigns.

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Photo: hjl, flikr.com
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Super Tuesday – Trump and Clinton Win Big

Cruz and Sanders had a couple of wins tonight, but the momentum continues with Clinton and Trump.

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Donald Trump Holds Campaign Rally At Valdosta State University In Georgia
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Laramie County GOP Leader: Voters Are Angry

Jared Olson says he is concerned that emotion is playing too large a role in the 2016 presidential campaigns.

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Tom Morton, Townsquare Media
Tom Morton, Townsquare Media
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Casper Cuts Costs, Draws On Reserves To Meet Budget Crunch

To make ends meet, the City of Casper will tap about $1.6 million of its $26 million in reserves, coupled with a variety of spending cuts.

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Cheyenne Mayor Applauds Gun Bill Failure

House Bill 86 would have allowed people to carry concealed firearms into government meetings.

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Category: Politics, Wyoming News
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Justin Sullivan, Alex Wong / Getty Images
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Clinton Wins Big in South Carolina

For Clinton, the overwhelming victory propelled her into clear frontrunner status ahead of the March 1 voting.

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Gun Bill Misses Deadline In Wyoming Legislature

A bill which would have allowed Wyoming residents to carry a concealed weapon into governmental meetings is dead for this legislative session.

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Joy Greenwald, Townsquare Media
Joy Greenwald, Townsquare Media
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Cheyenne Mayor Targets Concealed Carry Bill [VIDEO]

Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen says he has concerns about a bill making its way through the Wyoming Legislature that would allow people to carry concealed weapons into city council meetings and other public meetings around the state.

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Amy Richards, Townsquare Media
Amy Richards, Townsquare Media
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Laramie County Sheriff: Asset Forfeiture Proposal Good Bill

Glick opposed a bill passed by lawmakers in 2015 that would have required a criminal conviction to seize property in asset forfeiture cases, saying at the time "we aren't doing anything wrong."

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Mark Makela/Getty Images
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Jeb Bush Ends Campaign

A teary-eyed Bush says he's proud of the campaign he ran to unify the country and advocate conservative solutions.

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