Governor and others question measure that would require Senate approval of water supervisors, saying their roles are guided by technical and legal parameters.
The Wyoming Senate advanced bills to reduce imprisonment from probation violations as part of a years-long criminal justice reform effort.
Opinionby The Legislature is considering broadening the tax base, but drawing food into the revenue net would disproportionately hurt lower income residents.
Opinionby Former Wyoming State Representative and Revenue Committee Chairman Michael Madden shares an insider’s experience of a legislative session, including the ample time stress.
Lawmakers have no plans to deal with a looming funding crisis for Wyoming’s food-for-the-needy programs which will run out of money in February and March if the federal shutdown continues.
Biteman wants to end party switching in primaries; Rothfuss proposes eliminating partisan primaries altogether.
Artist Nick Thornburg doesn’t just want you to think critically about the story of the West. He wants you to think critically about your story of the West, yourself and America. How would you change it and do you realize that you can?
Gierau says he has signed on as co-sponsor to a bill that would strip local zoning authority over some private school developments.
Wyoming’s five top elected officials took their oaths of office in a Cheyenne construction zone Monday.
Opinionby The new governor can defend the proud work of his predecessors that ensured a future for sage grouse and a balanced approach to energy development.