Dems, rank-and-file lawmakers said programs for state’s vulnerable are casualties of budget war as senators called for rules change to amass more power
Opinionby Wyoming’s temporary capitol should quickly, and mercifully, fade from memory for just about everyone who worked there
The Wyoming GOP used social media and email to organize opposition to an anti-discrimination bill to protect LGBTQ workers. A major GOP donor in Wilson also urged legislators to kill the bill. But the bill passed the House Revenue Committee Friday on a bipartisan vote.
Nearly every leading lawmaker is backing a bill to raise $45 million a year for schools by imposing income tax on out-of-state corporations
Opinionby In a move destined for disdain by future generations, the Legislative Management Council bowed to the religious right and eliminated all classes protected from discrimination in its rules of conduct