Two-and-a-half-year-old Zaidi Orenczak pondered a political future at a senator’s desk during an open house at the restored Wyoming Capitol.
The Legislature adjourned without deciding whether disciplinary actions were warranted by the senator’s ‘vulgar’ conversation with student lobbyists.
Dems, rank-and-file lawmakers said programs for state’s vulnerable are casualties of budget war as senators called for rules change to amass more power
The clock ticked down to midnight, with several matters still to resolve, forcing the bleary-eyed Legislature to clock back in for a wee-hours conclusion early on Feb. 28.
Frustrated by the speaker’s refusal to consider wind tax bills, a citizens’ group will try to put an initiative before voters in 2020 to raise the tax.