Despite opponents’ protests that the public had no chance for input, the Senate advanced a bill to grant business owners immunity from civil lawsuits by someone who contracted COVID-19 in the business.
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This railroading town isn’t in the coal-producing Powder River Basin, but its economic health is tied to the PRB by long trains of coal that are now slowing down.
The years-long, politically charged fight over permitting what would be the first new Wyoming coal mine in decades resumed Wednesday with familiar arguments from both sides.