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Wyoming Legislator Explains Proposed Education Cuts

Rep. Tim Stubson (R-Natrona County), a member of the legislature's Joint Appropriations Committee, is speaking out on why the committee is proposing a $45 million cut in education funding over the next biennium...

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Joy Greenwald, Townsquare Media
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Wyoming Legislative Committee Rejects Medicaid Expansion

A Wyoming legislative committee voted 7 to 5 on Wednesday to reject Governor Matt Mead's budget request for Medicaid expansion.

"I want to ask my good colleagues on the Joint Appropriations Committee, 'What are you doing...

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CRMC Official Says Medicaid Expansion Needed

An official with Cheyenne Regional Medical Center says he doesn't understand why some state legislators don't want to accept federal money to expand the Medicaid program in Wyoming when they have no problem taking other federal funds.

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No Decision On Demonstrations At Wyoming Legislature

State officials have delayed making a decision on a policy that puts restrictions on demonstrations and other citizen-led events at the Jonah Business Center, where legislators will meet while work is being done on the state Capitol.

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Amy Richards Townsquare Media
Amy Richards Townsquare Media
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Asset Forfeiture Changes Proposed

Some Wyoming lawmakers are pushing a new bill that would require the state to secure criminal convictions to support forfeiture actions that take cash and other assets from people law enforcement authorities suspect of involvement in the illegal drug trade.

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Lawmakers Remain Undecided on Medicaid Expansion

It's still unclear whether lawmakers will consider a proposal to expand the state's Medicaid program during the upcoming 2016 session.

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Lawmakers to Consider Pot Decriminalization Bill

Wyoming lawmakers will, once again, consider a bill to decriminalize small amounts of marijuana when they convene in February.

Representative Jim Byrd, D-Cheyenne, is sponsoring a bill that would make possessing less than an ounce of pot a civil penalty for first and second-time offenders...

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Wyoming Students Stuck With College Prep Exam

CASPER, Wyo. (AP) - Wyoming lawmakers have ruled that the state's 11th-graders will still have to take the ACT college preparation exam, despite a Wyoming Assessment Task Force recommendation to offer an alternative test that measures the ability of students to enter the workforce...

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Joy Greenwald, Townsquare Media
Joy Greenwald, Townsquare Media
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No Easy Answers to School Funding Question

Wyoming lawmakers are trying to figure out how to fund K-12 schools in the future as the state braces for funding cuts.

The state has received billions in coal lease bonus money for school construction in recent decades, but those funds are drying up as the demand for coal continues to drop...

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Funding for Wyoming School Construction is Drying Up

Governor Matt Mead says he's working with lawmakers to try to figure out how to fund K-12 schools in the future.

The state normally gets coal lease bonus money for school construction, but those funds are drying up as the demand for coal continues to drop...

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