When time was of the essence this summer, Wyoming Legislature decided it had better things to do.
Facing revenue losses some put at $600 million a year, governor and lawmakers discuss state agency budget cuts of 20-30%.
The Legislative Service Office said it will come up with a process to allow “some media” into the Capitol after transparency advocates raised concerns.
Draft legislation to halt evictions and make landlords whole during the pandemic should be lauded, writes Drake, but still needs to be fine-tuned before the special session.
The $162 million capital construction bill died for lack of compromise between House and Senate negotiators over a UW swimming pool.