In response to individuals who complained Teton County pandemic restrictions violated the U.S. Constitution, the U.S. attorney for Wyoming has told critics he is monitoring restrictions imposed to stop the COVID-19 outbreak but stopped short of saying he found any violations.
Looking for recovery? It may be happening in parts of Wyoming’s real estate market where agents are seeing an influx of buyers and renters, some seeking wide-open spaces and fewer people.
Wyoming can’t afford to delay the issue until 2021 with state budgets, hospitals, newly jobless all desperate for immediate help.
As Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks reopen to keen interest, officials keep a wary eye on visitors and a steep decline of projected tax revenues.
Last-minute amendment trampling citizen’s constitutional rights to sue ambushed lawmakers and left the public without a chance for input