A UW law professor seeks to overcome his own campaign experience and get an election reform initiative on the 2018 ballot.
A House committee passed a resolution today calling on Congress to no longer treat corporations as people when it comes to political spending
Retired U.S. Senator Al Simpson, R-Wyo, advises the Wyoming Legislature to shun the national sport of divisiveness, and focus on the state’s big issues
What's happening in two Wyoming counties -- Laramie and Park -- is a microcosm of the infighting in the national Republican Party since the divisive Donald Trump became its presidential nominee.
As talk turns to Wyoming’s tax structure, an old photograph reminds us of two who helped change the face of the state’s revenue stream.