Opinionby A bill to criminalize protest in Wyoming is back again, and First Amendment rights are on the line.
Lawmakers have again introduced he controversial measure to protect business interests, which opponents said would criminalize protest against the fossil fuel industry.
In an interview Gov. Matt Mead said he vetoes budget items where legislators overstep their boundaries, and bills that he finds poorly written.
The now infamous “critical infrastructure” bill took a gut-wrenching course past a series of legislative cliffhangers with fundamental liberties at stake.
Gov. Matt Mead described SF-74 as “flawed,””imprecisely crafted” and in need of “additional work” in his letter to the Senate.