While some legislators want to study the tolling issue to death, the transportation committee made the wise decision to move forward.
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Existing flows of polluted water run afoul of federal, state statutes, groups say as they call for a Wyoming investigation.
Catholic leadership asks, “Is this a just and morally responsible way to treat our brothers and sisters fleeing violence and poverty?”
In moves not previously revealed to the public, MTC, which brought immigration jail proposal to Evanston, is no longer interested, but CoreCivic is.
Low staffing at the Wyoming State Penitentiary and the Wyoming Women’s Center could jeopardize safety, prison director Bob Lampert told lawmakers Thursday.