People in mental health crises spend months in county jails because Wyoming’s resources are strained. The long running problem is not restricted to adult offenders.
A 41-year-old tax refund program that ended in 2016 could, at $2.5 million, be the margin of survival for state’s neediest.
New information has come to light as old foes dig in over controversial legislation — the bill’s origin and Wyoming’s first “valve turner”
A bill to criminalize protest in Wyoming is back again, and First Amendment rights are on the line.
Lawmakers have again introduced he controversial measure to protect business interests, which opponents said would criminalize protest against the fossil fuel industry.