Wyoming gets outside researchers funded by the U.S. Department of Justice to look for reforms. But will they convince the state’s prosecutors?
New law creates a graduated system of sanctions for parole and probation violators. Other reforms this session failed, but an “actual innocence” bill survived.
Angus M. Thuermer Jr.’s testimony is included in a lawsuit brought against Wyoming’s data trespass laws by the National Press Photographers Association.
Tribal and faith leaders accuse industry of fearing grassroots protests and writing a bill to stifle it in Wyoming
The Wyoming Senate advanced a bill to criminalize people and fine organizations who ‘impede infrastructure.’ Critics call it a draconian attack meant to block protests like Standing Rock.