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Wyoming Lawmakers Look At Suicide Prevention

CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — An interim legislative committee is considering the idea of requiring Wyoming educators receive suicide prevention training.

The Legislature's Joint Education Committee unanimously agreed Monday to discuss at its next meeting a proposal that would require training for school staff members that would include how to recognize suicide warning signs

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Wyoming Senate (Amy Richards/TSM)
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Lawmakers Seek Compromise on Lottery Bill [AUDIO]

Updated: (2/25 @5:31 p.m,)

A joint conference committee worked out a deal on the lottery bill.  The compromise calls for cities and towns to receive $6 million of the proceeds each year for 6 years, with the overage going into the common school land trust fund. The compromise must now go to the House and Senate to see if they agree with the deal. 

A bill that would allow a state lottery in Wyoming has been sent to a conference committee after the state House voted 34-25 not to agree with an amendment the Senate made last week in how the proceeds of the lottery would be used.

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Chris Hondros, Getty Images
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Come Help Break The Silence!

Bad News! Our great state of Wyoming ranks in the top 3 of US states with highest number of suicides per capita and we need your help to "Break the Silence".

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“Just Let It Out” Online Suicide Prevention Program Making A Difference

Determined to change the stigma and culture around suicide, the Wyoming Department of Health, Youth Suicide Prevention Program, has launched an online campaign.

It's called "Just let it out" and features online videos, blogs and other multimedia content aimed at opening up teens and young adults

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Suicide Awareness Walk Scheduled Saturday [AUDIO]

The 7th Annual Breaking the Silence Suicide Prevention Walk is slated to start at 4 PM  Saturday 9/17 at Crossroads Park.

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