Management Council votes by email to study housing spent nuclear fuel at Gas Hills, Shirley Basin to bring what a state senator says could be $1 billion a year.
The session gets the attention, but the Legislature relies on the interim — the 48 or 50 weeks between sessions — to get the job done.
Wyoming governor and secretary of state criticize legislative efforts to assume oversight of some parts of the Capitol complex.
Legislative leaders avoided addressing LGBTQ discrimination head-on by erasing all protected classes from internal policies, a move critics fear will spark culture wars
Protecting infrastructure from protesters won’t be a study topic for Legislature’s Judiciary Committee