Legislature considers “shoot-first” bills that offer civil and criminal immunity to those who kill with firearms.
An effort to correct Wyoming’s controversial data trespass laws doesn’t go far enough to reign in the laws’ overreach that spurred a lawsuit against the state, Senate President Phil Nicholas said Tuesday.
Wyoming needs to decide what its rainy-day account is for, and how it intends to use it, the Pew Charitable Trusts advised lawmakers last week.
Lawmakers say it's time to review past budget studies rather than spend $350,000 on a new study to understand how to deal with a potential revenue downturn.
The Wyoming Senate advanced a plan for Medicaid expansion, adding an work requirement amendment that the bill’s sponsor called a “poison pill.”