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.