Advocates are frustrated with $1M planned for mental health, substance abuse, arguing those services need much more.
Education Committee chairman says Wyoming should clarify its own instructional standards regarding “equality and equal rights.”
Wyoming has the highest rates of suicide in the nation and some teens say learning about prevention in schools is a “no-brainer,” but adults are still debating how, and whether, to make it happen.
The state’s most vulnerable residents don’t have a voice that a majority of lawmakers want to hear, Drake opines.
Industry and environmental advocates see “assigned trust” as a viable option for ensuring reclamation after closures.