Wyoming stands to get $1.3 billion from the federal ARP relief package. Officials say how exactly it can be used might be complicated, however.
House, Senate diverge on education cuts. Medicaid expansion advances while death penalty repeal fails to get the vote, and energy transition measure raises eyebrows.
Following years of discussing, and rejecting, expansion with lesser incentives, Wyoming lawmakers are now giving it serious consideration.
Visitors to Wyoming’s statehouse on Jan. 12 were subject to a metal detector and bag search, something Capitol veterans say may be a first outside of dignitaries’ visits.
A legislative committee voted to sponsor bill that allows new buyers of coal plants to plug into the utility grid. It was one of several utility-related bills considered Nov. 19.