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Bill Proposes BIA Tickets For Non-Tribal Drivers

CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — Some Wyoming state lawmakers want to give Wind River Reservation police the power to ticket and arrest non-tribal drivers.

The Legislature's Select Committee on Tribal Relations is proposing a bill that would give Bureau of Indian Affairs officers that limited authority

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Bill Links Driver’s License To School Attendance

CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — A Wyoming lawmaker is proposing that students who drop out of school before age 18 be barred from getting a driver's license.

The Casper Star-Tribune reported Monday (http://bit

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Group Sues Wyoming Officials Over Abortion Protests

A Wyoming group has sued top state officials, claiming a ban on displaying anti-abortion placards in a tunnel between state buildings last year violated members' constitutional rights.

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Wyo. Pilot Program For Health Care At Crossroads

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Wyoming lawmakers must decide whether to increase funding for a health care pilot program that supporters say could offer the state a cheaper alternative to Medicaid.

Casper Republican Sen

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Wyo. Lawmakers: Driver/Cell Phone Ban Unlikely

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Several Wyoming lawmakers say the state is unlikely to follow a federal safety board's recommendation to ban motorists from using cell phones while driving.

The National Transportation Safety Board last week called on all states to prohibit drivers from using cell phones except in emergencies

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Wyoming School Boards Want To Raise Dropout Age To 18

School board members across Wyoming want to raise the dropout age for high school students.

Currently, students can drop out of school once they hit 16. School board members gathered for a recent statewide conference recently agreed the age should be increased to 18

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Wyoming Lawmakers Say Brace For Budget Cuts

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Top Wyoming lawmakers are directing state agencies to brace for possible budget cuts.

Republican Sen. Phil Nicholas, of Laramie, and Republican Rep. Rosie Berger, of Big Horn, are co-chairmen of the Joint Appropriations Committee

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Wyoming Legislature Working On Redistricting Plans

The lines are being drawn as some Wyoming residents will soon have new representation in the state legislature.

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Tom Reeder Sworn In To House Seat

Representative, Tom Reeder, of Casper was officially sworn in Friday by Wyoming Supreme Court Justice, William Hill, during a special ceremony in the house chambers. Reeder was appointed by the Natrona County Commissioners on September 27th to fill the vacant seat in house district 58 after Lisa Shepperson resigned

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Wyoming Center For Legal Aid Making Progress

Officials say the new Wyoming Center For Legal Aid should be up and running in a year or two.

The program was established a year ago after the Wyoming legislature passed the Indigent Civil Legal Services Act during the 2010 budget session

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