Visitors to Wyoming’s statehouse on Jan. 12 were subject to a metal detector and bag search, something Capitol veterans say may be a first outside of dignitaries’ visits.
(Opinion column) — Wyoming, we have a problem. A $1.3 billion problem.
And that’s just the total budget shortfall legislators are staring at over the next three years to fund state government and education. If the energy industry takes even
An attempt to override Gov. Matt Mead’s veto of a bill limiting civil asset forfeiture failed in the Senate on Friday on a vote of 23-7.
Wyoming supplemental budget relies on savings, investment returns. Legislature eyes $8 million increase in ongoing spending, $278 million in projects.
The Wyoming Senate rejected Sen. Scott’s amendment to add health savings accounts to the SHARE Plan for Medicaid expansion. A cost-neutral amendment passed.