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.
An Environmental Quality Council member spoke privately with a lawmaker about the agency, rather than in public, contrary to state lobbying rules.
One month before his appointment to House District 48, Rep. Clark Stith served as a Rock Springs city councilman representing a city council precinct in a different House district.