Transparency, public input, independent analysis, legislative oversight are all necessary argues natural resources law expert.
The 65th Wyoming Legislature convened yesterday with much talk about a coming fiscal “storm” but little anticipation that lawmakers will batten down the hatches this year.
New information has come to light as old foes dig in over controversial legislation — the bill’s origin and Wyoming’s first “valve turner”
Promoted as a boon to public safety and security, Senate File 74 Crimes against critical infrastructure would improve neither.
Mining, petroleum, manufacturing and railroad lobbyists testified in support of a bill imposing long prison sentences on people interfering with infrastructure