Lawmakers continue to rely on the ‘rainy day’ account to avoid major school funding cuts or tax increases.
Education Committee chairman says Wyoming should clarify its own instructional standards regarding “equality and equal rights.”
Following years of discussing, and rejecting, expansion with lesser incentives, Wyoming lawmakers are now giving it serious consideration.
The majority of the state legislators and many members of the public who attended the start of the 66th Wyoming Legislature in the state Capitol defied Gov. Gordon’s face covering order.
As measures empowering Gov. Mark Gordon to negotiate what might be $1B acquisition progress divisions emerge among politicos jostling for control over the purchasing process and even the eventual management of lands