The Wyoming GOP used social media and email to organize opposition to an anti-discrimination bill to protect LGBTQ workers. A major GOP donor in Wilson also urged legislators to kill the bill. But the bill passed the House Revenue Committee Friday on a bipartisan vote.
Wyoming’s legislative leaders say they want to modernize the state’s tax system and generate new revenues for local governments and public schools.
Legislative leaders avoided addressing LGBTQ discrimination head-on by erasing all protected classes from internal policies, a move critics fear will spark culture wars
Opinionby Documentary reveals the ways that anonymous and untraceable out-of-state special interests try to handpick and elect beholden lawmakers — a process that happens here too.
Temporary water transfers allow water-rights holders to sell billions of gallons of state-owned water for millions of dollars, almost none of which goes to the state.