As pandemic’s one-year anniversary arrived, Gov. Gordon lifted the state mask mandate, lawmakers continued to sort through public health bills and active cases dipped below 500 for the first time since September.
Archives for March 12, 2021
Minimum wage bill didn’t survive. But it made a simple and elegant proposal that would have protected all of Wyoming’s workers — especially women, guest columnists Samin Dadelahi and Jen Simon write.
Legislators will decide the fate of vulnerable children and families as they vote on whether to defund the Wraparound program, a group of UW masters’ students writes. It’s too valuable to lose, they opine.
To put snow to good use, Cody residents Amanda and Jason Brengle built a skijoring course in their horse pasture.
Instead of just passing Senate File 145, Dodson writes, Wyoming should adopt open primaries and ranked-choice voting for the most representative, and cost efficient, results.