Representatives pass bill requiring solons, statewide elected officials, to reveal amounts made from state contracts.
Lawmakers eye a bill that would create $10 non-motorized trail use fee to fund maintenance, creation of unpaved motor-free routes, even on federal land.
A bipartisan group of lawmakers pushed bills to ease pressure on Wyoming’s prison system through the House of Representatives this week.
The Legislative Service Office won’t make recordings of legislative committee meetings available online because confidential conversations between its staff and legislators could be picked up by microphones.
LSO Director Matt Obrecht said his office needs an exemption to confidentiality restrictions
Public health nurse Jo Ellen Hockley spends part of each week visiting 10 expectant low-income mothers across Platte County, driving to homes within a 30-mile radius of her office in Wheatland.
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