Rep. Sue Wallis

Horse Meat Tastes Like Beef, or Good Venison [AUDIO]
Last month Congress lifted a five-year-long ban on funding meat inspections for horse meat. State Rep. Sue Wallis said it was a Government Accounting Office report that showed not being able to process horse meat since 2007 has precipitated a 70 percent decline in domestic horse numbers. Compound th…
Legislative Report: Compromise Teases Budget [AUDIO]
Contractors preference bill passes House and there is a compromise on the budget. Amy Richards has more in Thursday’s Legislative Report. This Legislative Report is brought to you by Hilltop National Bank. The contractors preference bill passed third reading in the House today (Thursday). Rep…
Legislative Report: Education, Health, Food [AUDIO]
Education, health care and food were some of the issues on the mind’s of lawmakers today. Amy Richards has more in Tuesday’s Legislative Report: This Legislative Report is brought to you by Hilltop National Bank. The Senate passed the school recalibration bill on second reading today. …
Legislative Report: Lottery Plays The Odds [AUDIO]
Lawmakers considered bills dealing with open meetings, open records, charter schools and a lottery for Wyoming. Amy Richards has more in Friday’s Legislative Report. The Legislative Report is brought to you by Hilltop National Bank. A bill that says people in Wyoming have no duty to retreat b…
Health Officials Feel Queasy About Bill [AUDIO]
Health officials are concerned with a bill moving through the Wyoming Legislature. House Bill 8, which passed in the House Monday (yesterday) and now moves to the Senate, would remove all regulatory oversight of food preparation by non-profits. No regulatory oversight: “The stated intent woul…
Legislative Report: Marriage Bill Passes House [AUDIO]
Immigration bill dies, the validity of marriage and the concealed weapons bills move ahead. Amy Richards has more in Monday’s Legislative Report. This Legislative Report is brought to you by Hilltop National Bank. A house committee has shot down an Arizona-style crack down on illegal immigrat…
Summit Considers Horses For Human Consumption
A group called United Horsemen has organized a summit in Las Vegas this week. Rep. Sue Wallis, of House District 52 from Campbell County, is a member of United Horsemen and is attending the Summit of the Horse. She is also a proponent of harvesting horses for human consumption. Too many horses: …