Wyoming House Panel Votes ‘No’ on Presidential Primary Election
It was suggested that the topic might be good for an interim study.
Legal Marijuana Sales, Growth, Possession Proposed in Wyoming
The first $20 million in annual proceeds from the tax on marijuana sales would fund the state's public schools.
Proposal Would Make Naloxone Available Without Prescription in Wyoming
The Albany County Sheriff's Office and University of Wyoming Police Department began carrying the drug this year.
Bang-for-Buck Debate as Wyoming Lawmakers Focus on Education
Republican Senate President Eli Bebout, of Riverton, and Sen. Charlie Scott, of Casper, say the scores should be higher for the amount being spent.
House Education Bill Testimony Set for Monday Night
People can also submit public comment on the Legislature's website through Feb. 6.
Wyoming Lawmakers Push for Wage Gap Study With Opposing Aims
Both Democratic state Rep. Cathy Connolly of Laramie and Republican Rep. Marti Halverson of Etna think they're based on bad data.
Bill Would Make Wyoming Hathaway Scholarship Available to Noncitizens
Should it become law, the bill would apply to Hathaway scholarships available to eligible high school students graduating school year 2016-2017 and each year thereafter.
Wyoming Senate Proposal Targets Sexual Assault by School Employees, Volunteers
Senate File 129 would add the new paragraph referencing school employees and volunteers to the list of circumstances already contained within in state law.
Wyoming House Passes Bill Which Would Automatically Restore Voting Rights of Some Nonviole…
Data collected by the department puts the total number of nonviolent felony offenders who completed their sentence in 2013 alone at 1,178.