Students lobbying for protections for LGBTQ people were confounded when a senator turned the conversation to pedophilia, beastiality and other sexual acts.
Parliamentary “gamesmanship” reached new heights as the Wyoming Senate suspended its rules to introduced four alternative budget measures.
Beloved by industry, lock-em-up law-and-order types and security contractors, the legislation died its third death for lack of a hearing.
$80 million separates the House and Senate versions of the supplemental budget, with much of the divide coming from education spending.
The Wyoming GOP used social media and email to organize opposition to an anti-discrimination bill to protect LGBTQ workers. A major GOP donor in Wilson also urged legislators to kill the bill. But the bill passed the House Revenue Committee Friday on a bipartisan vote.