A bipartisan group of lawmakers pushed bills to ease pressure on Wyoming’s prison system through the House of Representatives this week.
Bus-mounted cameras were supposed to stop reckless motorists roaring past stopped school buses, but rare prosecution means little deterrence.
The Wyoming Legislature ended its first week Friday without considering bills generating new revenues to address the state’s funding shortfalls.
A spike in requests for fiscal data has left some lawmakers concerned that an “ad hoc appropriations committee” may have grown from Republican intra-party divisions.
The Legislature’s top committee advanced a plan to livestream meetings but hesitated at a bill to upload audio recordings for public listening