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

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February 22, 2017 People hoping to see state lawmakers meaningfully…
By not attempting to produce an education funding bill, this empty playground was perhaps more useful to our state than either chamber of the Legislature.

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

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Leland Christensen handed a marijuana reform bill over to police lobbyists and told them to "get it where they want it". Christensen has a history of opposing marijuana reform.

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

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The director of the Wyoming chapter of the National Organization…
The Three Amigos bringing guns to a campus near you: Bo Biteman, Anthony Bouchard, and Scott Clem

Senate Judiciary Committee green-lights gun bills for debate on the floor

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The Wyoming Senate hasn’t passed a gun-related bill in the…

What lawmakers talk about when they talk about cutting public services

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Wyoming House members who decided the budget fate of two social…
Tara Nethercott, in shawl, harshes the mellow of Larry Hicks, in funny nightcap, by threatening to stall a weed bill again

Judiciary Committee to puff on weed bill a while longer before passing it to the full Senate

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Thanks to strong funding support for education, Wyoming's schools rank among the highest in the nation

Refusing to raise new revenue, lawmakers take a slash-and-burn approach to education funding

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Senate Agriculture Committee members Larry Hicks and Curt Meier particularly relished hassling women about pregnancy and scoffing at people for mentioning the bills don't have provisions for victims of rape or incest.

Senate Agriculture Committee members chastise citizen opponents of anti-abortion bills

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Members of the Senate Agriculture Committee who support two…
House Majority Floor Leader David Miller argues that, at 120,000 miles, some state vehicles are "just getting broken in"
Kristine Bunch was wrongfully convicted in Indiana of arson in 1996 but was exonerated after 17 years with new evidence. If she'd been in Wyoming, she'd still be in prison.

Senate committee kills a bill to allow new trials based on new evidence of innocence

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Let’s see what you remember from your high school civics class. One…