The state owes plaintiffs’ attorneys $600,000 in fees and expenses following a court loss over controversial trespassing statutes passed by the Wyoming Legislature
“Provide me with a strategy,” on how Wyoming could open a fresh lawsuit against Washington over that state’s coal port rejection, governor told Attorney General.
New governor flexes muscle in confrontation over infringement of executive power; vetoes 14 items in 2019 supplemental budget.
Critics of an eastern Wyoming land exchange say a proposed access easement wouldn't resolve worries about losing hundreds of acres of public property.
A top state official is recommending a controversial land swap near Douglas include a public easement to alleviate criticism the exchange would cut off access to public land.