Gov. Matt Mead described SF-74 as “flawed,””imprecisely crafted” and in need of “additional work” in his letter to the Senate.
Angus M. Thuermer Jr.’s testimony is included in a lawsuit brought against Wyoming’s data trespass laws by the National Press Photographers Association.
Lawmakers will return to Cheyenne on Wednesday to seal deals on education cuts and state construction.
Update: The Senate voted 21-9 Saturday morning to accept the House’s changes to Senate File 74 crimes against critical infrastructure.
With the Senate concurrence, the bill has passed the Legislature and will now go to Gov. Matt Mead for…
Wyoming House lawmakers, worried that energy companies might get a leg up on agricultural interests, led opposition to the controversial “critical infrastructure” bill on the chamber floor.