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Library Hosts Legislative Candidate Forum

Candidates for the Wyoming House and Senate will speak and answer questions during a forum at the Public Library, 307 E. Second St., at 6:30 p.m. Monday

"In a campaign, you see signs and you see ads and that sort of thing, but this is one of those opportunities we have to actually see the candidates in person and ask them specific questions if there's something we're concerned about," said Brenda Thompson, the library's community relations coordinator

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House District 57 primary candidate Chuck Gray is challenging incumbent Tom Lockhart. Gray and Lockhart spoke at a debate sponsored by the Natrona County Republican Women on Tuesday.
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House District 57 primary candidate Chuck Gray is challenging incumbent Tom Lockhart. Gray and Lockhart spoke at a debate sponsored by the Natrona County Republican Women on Tuesday. Tom Morton, Townsquare Media
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GOP Legislative Candidates Spar Over Experience, Pot Legalization, Economic Development

A veteran Republican House member from Natrona County ripped into his primary opponent at a debate Tuesday for not understanding how the legislature appropriates money.

Tom Lockhart chided Chuck Gray a couple of times who said the Appropriations Committee automatically granted annual increases of agency budgets during a debate sponsored by the Natrona County Republican Women at the Parkway Plaza

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Wyoming Senate Backs Ending Raises For State Retirees

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) ā€” A bill that would effectively end cost-of-living raises for state employees has advanced to the Wyoming House.

The Senate passed the proposal in a 23-7 vote on Tuesday after a failed effort to keep raises intact for judges and firefighters

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U.S. Senator Mike Enzi Addresses Wyoming Senate
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Senator Enzi Addresses Wyoming Senate

Wyoming's senior U.S. senator told his former colleagues in the state Legislature that their approach to government is far more efficient than what goes on in Congress.

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State Lawmakers Willing to Discuss Capitol Renovation [AUDIO]

A 25 year old Montana man has been sentenced to 40 years in prison for enticing a 12 year old Wyoming girl to Montana and assaulting her over a four day period. Doug Randall has the details. Wyoming Senate President Jim Anderson says lawmakers are open to revisiting renovating the State Capitol and building a new state office building. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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