In response to individuals who complained Teton County pandemic restrictions violated the U.S. Constitution, the U.S. attorney for Wyoming has told critics he is monitoring restrictions imposed to stop the COVID-19 outbreak but stopped short of saying he found any violations.
As state lawmakers look toward special sessions, guest columnist Larry Wolfe writes, they need to adapt to a new set of realities.
At 10 p.m. Tuesday, beneath near-empty galleries, outnumbered Democrats in Wyoming’s House mounted a doomed defense against a 48-hour waiting period on abortions.
As a week of budget amending wrapped up, the House and Senate took opposite positions on a $500,000 appropriation to help the next round of laid-off coal miners or other workers.
Photographer Mike Vanata captured images of the behind-the-scenes workers who keep the Wyoming Capitol clean, safe and running smoothly.