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Gov. Mead To Present His Budget To Lawmakers Today

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Gov. Matt Mead is set to present his proposed budget to state lawmakers in Cheyenne.

Mead is scheduled to address members of the Legislature's Joint Appropriations Committee on Monday morning

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Wyo. Lawmakers Address Indian Reservation Crime

ETHETE, Wyo. (AP) — Tribal and federal officials say a crackdown on crime over the past two years has succeeded in improving the quality of life on the Wind River Indian Reservation.

Wyoming legislators met Tuesday in Ethete (EE'-thuh-tee), on the reservation to hear from state and federal law enforcement and other officials

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Wyo. Lawmakers Adress Indian Reservation Crime

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Wyoming lawmakers will hear testimony about reducing crime on the Wind River Indian Reservation.

Members of the Wyoming Legislature's Joint Judiciary Committee and Select Committee on Tribal Relations are meeting in Ethete (EE'-thuh-tee) on Tuesday to hear from state and federal law enforcement and other officials

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Lawmakers Begin Medicaid Spending Review

CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — Wyoming lawmakers are examining high-cost portions of the state's Medicaid budget as they try to curb the growth of the entitlement program.

Wyoming Department of Health officials briefed legislators Thursday on the first phase of a report on possible options for trimming Medicaid spending

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Education Reform Advances In Wyoming Senate

 

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — The state Senate has approved a bill that continues education reform efforts in Wyoming's public schools.

Senate File 57 was approved on a 26-4 vote Monday. It now heads to the state House for consideration.

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Paving The Way For Driver-less Cars

Lawmakers in Nevada are working on legislation that could someday lead to cars driving themselves on streets and highways in the state.

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Lawmakers Reach Deal On Payroll Tax Cut Deal

WASHINGTON (AP) — Relieved congressional bargainers say they've reached agreement on compromise legislation extending payroll tax cuts and benefits for the long-term unemployed through 2012, edging a white-hot political battle a major step closer to finally being resolved

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Bill To Bar Some Wyoming Officials From Hiring Own Attorneys

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — A bill is being proposed that would discontinue allowing four Wyoming statewide elected officials to hire their own legal counsel.
The bill proposed by state Rep. Pete Illoway, of Cheyenne, would require the secretary of state, public instruction superintendent, treasurer and auditor to get their legal counsel through the state attorney general's office

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Banking For Pot Shops Eyed In Colorado

DENVER (AP) — Medical marijuana is legal in 17 states, but the industry has a decidedly black-market aspect — it's mostly cash-only.

Banks won't touch pot money. The drug is illegal under federal law, and processing transactions or investments with pot money puts federally insured banks at risk of drug-racketeering charges

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Western Wyo. Lawmakers Propose Tax For Yellowstone

JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) — Some western Wyoming lawmakers want to create a 1-cent sales tax to raise money for Yellowstone National Park.

The tax would be collected in Park and Teton counties and would pay for infrastructure projects, such as new roads and sewer lines

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