A slew of controversial bills hit the Wyoming Legislature last week. See which measures mustered enough votes for introduction.
Many lawmakers settling into Wyoming’s temporary Capitol building next week may have one eye on the state’s budget and one eye on re-election prospects.
Initially tasked with finding up to $300 million in new revenue, the group will begin its final meeting having proposed a fraction of that.
Joint Appropriations Committee sponsored a bill to make permanent a temporary merger of the state’s Department of Health and Department of Family Services.
Legislators, frustrated with Mead’s appointments, want more experience, fewer lawyers on public service commission.