Legislature To Consider Budget Compromise
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Both Houses of the Wyoming Legislature are set to consider whether to concur on an agreement that a conference committee reached on the supplemental budget bill.
Sen. Phil Nicholas, a Laramie Republican, is majority floor leader and sets the agenda for action in the Senate.
Nicholas says both the Senate and the House are set to vote on Friday whether to accept the conference committee report.
If both houses accept the report, Nicholas says the supplemental appropriations bill could go to Gov. Matt Mead for his consideration by the end of the day.
If both houses don't agree, the appropriations bill would head back to a second conference committee.