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WyoFile's Summer Snap Challenge

There’s no better time to capture the fleeting magic of Wyoming’s delicate, oh-so-short summer season — not to mention, all the time in the world to set up your shot of an unforgettable sunset.

ESPC: Session ends on high note

ESPC: Session ends on high note; Good session yields passage of job safety and sunshine laws

On Thursday, Mar. 8, Dan Neal of the Equality State Policy Center discussed the end of the session, including the public meetings bill and

WOC: Final Week: The Legislature has important work to do

Final Week: The Legislature Has Important Work to Do

On Mon. Mar. 5, Richard Garrett, Jr. of the Wyoming Outdoor Council wrote about the remaining week of the 2012 Legislative Session, focusing on bills that affect Wyoming’s outdoor heritage:

Permits,…

ESPC: Public Assistance Drug-Testing Bill Killed

ESPC: Public assistance drug-testing killed; Job safety bill advances; Coal tax break dies in procedural move

On Monday, Mar. 5, Dan Neal of the Equality State Policy Center wrote about the demise of a bill to require drug testing for

2012 Legislative Session nears its end

2012 Legislative Session nears its end; get your input to your representatives

The 2012 Wyoming Legislative Budget Session has ended its third week.

This means that all legislation must have passed from its house of origin to the other chamber. …

ESPC: Need for drug tests questioned

ESPC: Need for drug tests questioned; Sending message trumps lack of need for bill, sponsor says

On Wednesday, Feb.29, Dan Neal of the Equality State Policy Center wrote about a bill to require drug testing for those applying for public

Public records bill restored; Effort planned to restore HIV funding

Public records bill restored; Effort planned to restore HIV funding

Dan Neal of the Equality State Policy Center wrote about the public meetings bill being considered by the legislature, as well as an effort to restore funding for an HIV-treatment

In a short bugdet session, still some environment-related bills

In a short budget Session, still some environment-related bills

Richard Garrett, Jr. of the Wyoming Outdoor Council discusses environmental bills at the fast-paced 2012 budget session of the Wyoming Legislature:

As I write this it’s 2 p.m., Friday, February 17 …