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House Panel Endorses Student Privacy Bill

The House Judiciary Committee has advanced a bill that would require parental consent before certain education and personal data can be collected on their child.

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Keystone Pipeline Faces New Obstacle in Nebraska

Just as pressure was building on President Barack Obama to make a decision on the Keystone XL pipeline, the project ran into another obstacle.

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Motorists Criticize Federal Study of Drunk Driving

The federal government says its periodic roadside survey on motorists' drinking and drug-taking habits is anonymous and entirely voluntary.

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Sen. Mike Enzi Stands By No Votes On Debt Limit

Sen. Mike Enzi is standing by recent votes against raising the federal debt limit.

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Senate Committee Won’t Vote Wednesday on Medicaid

The chairman of a Wyoming legislative committee that that heard public testimony Wednesday in favor of a bill that would expand the Medicaid program said the committee won't vote on the matter Wednesday and likely wouldn't consider it Thursday, either.

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Minimum Wage Report Puts Democrats on Defensive

A report by Congress' nonpartisan budget analysts seems to have thrown Democrats onto the defensive.

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Trade Bills Divide Obama, Fellow Dems

The White House says it will continue to press Congress for "fast track" authority to speed approval of trade deals even as election-year politics makes the task harder.

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New Jersey Newspaper Tells Wyoming to ‘Butt Out’

New Jersey's biggest newspaper has a message for the least populated state in the nation: Butt Out.

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Committee Narrows “Katie’s Law” DNA Testing Bill

A Wyoming legislative committee has scaled back a proposal to require people accused of charges of serious crimes to provide DNA samples.

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Wyoming Senate Panel Advances Superintendent Bill

The Senate Rules and Procedures Committee has endorsed a bill that could lead to a special legislative session later this year.

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