A court will hear a lawsuit alleging Wyoming’s “data trespass” laws unconstitutionally criminalize activities such as photography on public lands.
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WyoFile's Gregory Nickerson talked with KHOL 89.1's Brielle Schaeffer about Wyoming's controversial new "data trespass" law.
Wyoming’s new law — possibly targeting a group opposed to public lands grazing — aims to criminalize data trespassing on “open land” without permission to both access the land and collect data.
What does recent sheep management legislation tell you about politics in Wyoming? Plenty. Reporter Angus M. Thuermer Jr. discusses this and other policy issues featured at WyoFile.com.
In a letter to Gov. Matt Mead, a Forest Service official says her agency won’t force stockgrowers from the Wyoming Range to protect bighorn sheep.