Two bills debated by a U.S. House committee offer a preview to a battle over who will own and control millions of acres of federal land in the West.
Legislators unveiled the bill Monday and will consider it Wednesday in Riverton, saying it should allay fears about a loss of access.
Legislators are crafting a bill to forestall fears of loss of public ownership or access in a federal land transfer
An outfitter tells Wyoming’s U.S. Representative why she’s off-base and misrepresenting a public lands bill.
Rep. Harlan Edmonds (R-Cheyenne) wasted no time in the 2016 legislative session before introducing measures that would free Wyomingites from the judiciary’s “undue concentrations of despotic power”, from elected officials without term limits, and from the state’s onerous inseperability from the United States of America.