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Wyoming Legislature Flag and Dome
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Canvassing Board Certifies Teton County Judicial Retention Election Results

Canvassing Board Certifies Teton County Judicial Retention Election Results

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Economy Continuing To Improve
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Wyoming’s Economy Continues to Grow

Wyoming's economy continues to grow according to the November 2014 issue of the Wyoming Insight from the state's Economic Analysis Division.

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Wyoming Business Council Board of Directors to Meet In Lusk

The board will also review applications for Business Ready Community (BRC) grants and a Governor’s Data Center Recruitment grant during its Dec. 4 meeting,

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Barrasso Serves Thanksgiving Dinner to Members of 187th Airlift Squadron
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Senator Barrasso Spends Thanksgiving With Wyoming Airmen in Qatar

U.S. Senator John Barrasso (R-Wyo.) shared Thanksgiving dinner with Wyoming National Guard airmen serving in Qatar

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Medicaid patient
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Wyoming Department of Health Unveils Medicaid Expansion Plan

The department is calling its recommended plan, “Wyoming’s Strategy for Health, Access, Responsibility and Employment,” or the “SHARE Plan.”

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Wyoming Capitol
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Education Governance Study Now Available on Legislature’s Website

The final report on Wyoming Education Governance will be considered by the Wyoming Legislature’s Joint Education Committee at its Dec. 10-11 meeting in Jackson.

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Ambulance
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Montana Woman Dies in Crash Near Casper Tuesday Evening

A 21 year old Montana woman was killed in a two vehicle crash Tuesday evening on I-25 about 10 miles north of Casper.

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Senator John Barrasso
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Senator Barrasso Blasts EPA Proposed Ozone Rule

U.S. Senator John Barrasso (R-Wyo.) released the following statement regarding the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) proposed ozone regulation:
The rule is more proof the Obama Administration is turning a deaf ear to Americans who want Washington to focus on job creation. The ‘most expensive regulation ever’ is going t

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EPA Announces New Limits On Emissions From Coal-Fired Plants
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Governor Mead:Concerned About U.S./China CO2 Agreement

Governor Matt Mead says he has concerns about a recently announced U.S.-China agreement setting targets for CO2 emissions out to the year 2030.

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Wyoming Cowboys
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Cowboys Take on New Mexico in Season Finale

Wyoming and New Mexico will both conclude their 2014 seasons this Saturday when the Cowboys and Lobos play for the 67th time in the series between the two schools.

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