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Public land-loving Wyomingites fear state ownership of federal lands would result in decreased public access.

Wyoming Senate approves software purchase to study state ownership of federal public lands

The proposal is pushed by Ken Ivory, a longtime public land transfer advocate and lobbyist for the software company lined up to get the half-million-dollar contract.
The bill would decrease discretionary funds school districts use to attract and retain quality teachers.

Senate committee advances bill to cut $16.5 million from Wyoming school funding

A bill to cut transportation and discretionary funds would largely offset the “External cost adjustment” districts are set to receive to buoy teacher salaries.