The Wyoming Senate is grappling with a number of measures to rein in “cancel culture.” But can it do so in a way that’s legally sound?
Ten people arrested or cited in Laramie during peaceful protests calling for police reform and supporting Black Lives Matter are asking for their citations to be dismissed.
A closed-door meeting followed by a veiled vote and a jaw-dropping announcement of Nichols’ demotion fits the university governing body’s practice
After long court fight, a judge has ruled data trespass laws passed by the Wyoming Legislature violate the First Amendment and has blocked the state from enforcing them.
Despite an uneasy truce between environmentalists and ranchers, the fight over land use, water pollution and wildlife habitat remains as volatile as ever.