Clerks in the House of Representatives count votes by the light of Rep. Tom Walters’ smartphone
A loss of funding for substance abuse treatment programs could increase the number of felons who wind up back in prison, the director of the Wyoming Department of Corrections says.
On the cusp of an important discussion with lawmakers, Director
The Legislature’s proposed budget cuts are unnecessary and could hurt Wyoming citizens and slow efforts to diversify the state’s economy, Gov. Matt Mead said in an interview Friday.
Mead again said he does not believe Wyoming citizens have felt the
Lawmakers vote to slash tribal liaison program but support Indian education for all Wyoming students.
Education shortfall, prison woes, mental health needs top 2017 agenda.