Lawmakers resumed in-person session work this week. One bill discussed would give elected officials more power over health orders.
Guest columnist Marcia Westkott pleads with state officials to proceed thoughtfully and take mineral declines seriously. ‘Oil will not rescue our state budget,’ she opines.
The unusual decision, made behind closed doors, represents expanded politicization of gubernatorial appointment process.
Lawmakers are considering bills to usurp the authority of the state health officer and — in keeping with GOP tradition — politicize science, Drake opines.
Wyo lawmakers meet in-person in the Capitol to complete a most unusual session. WyoFile breaks down the challenges and bills they face.