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.
A U.S. district court dismissed a lawsuit aiming to strike down Wyoming’s data trespass laws after the Wyoming Legislature revised them to exclude public lands.
Commissioners’ “cost-cutting” initiative is a thinly veiled attack on government transparency and freedom of the press.
Lawmakers' use of private business center to conduct legislative work as the Capitol Building is renovated means fewer opportunities for the public to assemble peacefully.