As flurry of session work began in the Capitol this week, newly elected state legislators got a crash course on in-person lawmaking.
Group presents a united front to negotiate with House leadership, lawmakers involved said.
One month before his appointment to House District 48, Rep. Clark Stith served as a Rock Springs city councilman representing a city council precinct in a different House district.
A loss of funding for substance abuse treatment programs could increase the number of felons who wind up back in prison, the director of the Wyoming Department of Corrections says.
On the cusp of an important discussion with lawmakers, Director …
Rep. Mark Baker (R-Rock Springs) is known as a social conservative, but says he works on many other issues such as preventing floods on Bitter Creek.