The Legislature will debate four bills to spend $500 million over two days beginning May 15. Advocates and at least one lawmaker worry transparency got overlooked.
As state lawmakers look toward special sessions, guest columnist Larry Wolfe writes, they need to adapt to a new set of realities.
Protestors opposing Gordon’s COVID-19 response are influenced by Tea Party, libertarian roots and polling suggests most in the state disagree.
State proposal, supported by agricultural interests, would also prohibit information gathered by academic institutions from being solely used to classify the health of streams, rivers and lakes.
Wyoming will face “a lot of new realities,” even after the pandemic ebbs, Gov. Mark Gordon said Wednesday. Among those are drastically reduced state budgets.