Enzi’s anti-federal amendment would mean anything the federal judicial, legislative and executive branches do could simply be declared null and void by states.
A photograph that hangs in the third floor lobby of the House of Representatives in the Wyoming State Capitol recalls the most disorderly legislative session in state history. Wyoming Legislature.
As Wyoming lawmakers study transferring the management of federal lands to the state, local governments line up on opposing sides.
Two conservative Republicans are aiming to unseat incumbent Gov. Matt Mead in the August 19 primary for the 2014 Wyoming governors' race.
Legislative leaders know that underneath the surface a battle is underway for the political heart of the state, and it is waged within the Republican Party.