The governor said his moves will protect water development efforts, the state’s prisons, the Business Council, and the pipeline authority.
Gov. Matt Mead
Although some seek more diversity, unanimous vote advances governor’s picks
After years of work, an 11th hour intervention by prosecutors delayed a bill to reform Wyoming’s criminal justice system.
Collapsing revenues mean the 64th Wyoming Legislature will struggle to provide the services residents expect, especially in the public schools; to fix it, leaders of the Legislature say, spending, revenues, and new taxes must be evaluated
The task force puts Wyoming in the vanguard of a new trend of states working to better understand and promote recreation, says Domenic Bravo, with Wyoming State Parks.