The Judiciary Committee advanced a suggestion brought by the farming and ranching lobby that will make it easier to prosecute the public for trespassing.
Despite an uneasy truce between environmentalists and ranchers, the fight over land use, water pollution and wildlife habitat remains as volatile as ever.
A ranchers’ suit claiming an environmental activist trespassed may go to trial, a judge ruled, but without the prospect of imposing punitive damages.
Who can travel and who can shut the gate on publicly mapped and maintained roads that cross private property enroute to public lands?
A group of conservation, animal welfare, and media groups filed suit challenging Wyoming for its data trespassing laws passed in 2015.