SESSION RECAP: Lawmakers opted to tackle 10 percent of Wyoming’s education funding crisis and solve the other 90 percent … sometime later

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Senate Says ‘Welcome Back’ to Nonviolent Felons by Restoring Voter Rights

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Critics say new ENDOW program endows the state with more bureaucracy, waste, and old thinking

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Wyoming Legislature poised to pass first anti-abortion bills since 1989

The Wyoming Legislature hasn’t passed an anti-abortion bill since 1989, when lawmakers decided to require parental consent and a 48-hour waiting period for minors. Each …

Bill to restore nonviolent felons’ voting rights barely survives committee

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Campus carry is dead (while bills to allow guns in government meetings and public schools advance)

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Two anti-abortion bills pass first vote in the Senate; two votes to go

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Senate Judiciary Committee guts marijuana reform bill (but rules for edible THC might finally make the books)

February 22, 2017 People hoping to see state lawmakers meaningfully reduce penalties for possessing small amounts of marijuana in plant form were hosed Wednesday by …

WEA official: Doing nothing on education funding is better than Legislature’s plan

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As committee hands marijuana bill over to police lobbyists, NORML threatens to withdraw support

The director of the Wyoming chapter of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML) said late Thursday that any changes made in …