Members of the legislature’s ag committee want to examine the transfer of federal lands to Wyoming’s hands.
Despite ‘slight growth’ in part of Wyoming, an exhaustive research paper carries warnings as it proposes standard methods to monitor greater sage grouse populations.
A progressive lawmaker from Laramie introduced two police reform bills amid a national conversation about police accountability. She said the national debate has further politicized the issue. Critics say the bills weren’t ready.
As session wraps up this week, many of the fights over contentious issues like guns, abortion and education have fizzled out.
Republicans are close to finalizing an effort to reduce minority party influence on the board that sets the Legislature’s agenda.
Facing enormous political pressure, and failing to agree on verifiable facts, the Wyoming Legislature declined to close the Medicaid gap in Wyoming, which advocates have pushed for years.
Former Game and Fish Commissioner and Wyo AG Pat Crank writes that the recent bill regarding feedground closure won’t limit the authority of the Game and Fish.
The spate of legal actions Wyoming has launched to protect fossil fuel interests, writes Don Jones, doesn’t reflect the values of its citizens, but instead aims to protect the interests of a few.