Parliamentary “gamesmanship” reached new heights as the Wyoming Senate suspended its rules to introduced four alternative budget measures.
State legal contracts in the early 2000s helped gubernatorial candidate start a law firm, Hageman & Brighton, as she built her business and professional reputation.
They’ve paid thousands in fees and waited months, but two advocacy groups don’t have the public records they requested. Who are they, what’s the holdup and what does it mean for Wyoming's new fees for records rules?
Opinionby Fees for public records as imposed by Wyoming Department of Administration and Information rules are unnecessary, undemocratic and threatening to government transparency, argues Bleizeffer.
WPA lobbyist endorsed new rules allowing agencies to charge for public records, a change from the traditional transparency advocate’s previous opposition to fees.