Lawmakers advanced four bills suggested by CJR experts to stem Wyoming’s prison crisis.
Opinionby Republicans have already claimed half of the Wyoming House seats before a single ballot has been cast in the general election.
New law creates a graduated system of sanctions for parole and probation violators. Other reforms this session failed, but an “actual innocence” bill survived.
The now infamous “critical infrastructure” bill took a gut-wrenching course past a series of legislative cliffhangers with fundamental liberties at stake.
A bipartisan group of lawmakers pushed bills to ease pressure on Wyoming’s prison system through the House of Representatives this week.