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SESSION RECAP: On public lands, the action took place before the session began

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SESSION RECAP: Lawmakers’ prefabricated ‘think tank’ bills are useless to Wyoming

March 13, 2017

Imagine you’re a state legislator. So it’s up to you to propose laws that will make Wyoming a better place. How to …

SESSION RECAP: A marijuana reform bill is a terrible thing to waste

There was a time when introducing a marijuana bill in the Wyoming Legislature was a totally futile act. Legalization? Forget it. Ditto decriminalization and medical …

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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