Lawmakers will return to Cheyenne on Wednesday to seal deals on education cuts and state construction.
Michael Von Flatern
The Wyoming Senate advanced a bill to criminalize people and fine organizations who ‘impede infrastructure.’ Critics call it a draconian attack meant to block protests like Standing Rock.
Legislative Service Office director said technology, connectivity present challenges as transparency advocates dismiss worries.
At a meeting of key legislative committees, the powerful Senate president said he remained opposed to taxes. Does he speak for Wyoming?
If a coal company creates the jobs it’s promised, would it benefit or tax the state?