Wyoming Lawmakers To Discuss Legislative Session
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Wyoming legislative leaders plan to meet with the media to discuss accomplishments from the general legislative session that wrapped up on Wednesday.
Both Republican and Democratic leaders plan to discuss the session on Thursday morning at the state Capitol in Cheyenne.
Among the major legislative actions this session was the removal Cindy Hill as head of the Education Department. She has been replaced by a temporary director appointed by Gov. Matt Mead.
The Legislature passed a supplementary budget bill this session that includes cuts for most state departments in anticipation of future flat energy revenues.
Lawmakers also approved increasing the state's fuel tax by a dime a gallon beginning in July.