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Wyoming High Court Hears Gay Marriage Statement Arguments

The Wyoming Supreme Court on Wednesday heard arguments on whether a Pinedale magistrate's statements that she would not issue a marriage license for a same-sex couple if she was ever asked to do so.

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Environmental, Journalism Groups Amend Constitutional Rights Lawsuit

State defendants assert the laws were a response to complaints from legislators’ constituents about trespassers entering their land to collect resource data to submit to state and federal land-use agencies.

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Photographer, Wildlife Watcher Ask Court To Block Buffalo Culling in Yellowstone

A journalist and a wildlife advocate have asked federal court to temporarily block the culling and slaughter of up to 900 bison in Yellowstone National Park this month.

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Joy Greenwald, Townsquare Media
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Trespass, Constitutional Rights Lawsuit Moves Forward In Federal Court

A federal lawsuit is heading to trial after a judge ruled two new trespassing laws to thwart environmental research on open lands pose serious concerns about free speech and other constitutional issues.

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Kaysen: Court Rulings On Sign Restrictions Inconsistent

Kaysen says the issue pits first amendment rights of free speech "against the interests and property rights of our residents".

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Doug Randall/Townsquare Media
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Kaysen: Public Wants Campaign Sign Restrictions

The mayor at that time said it was a difficult decision, pitting first amendment rights against the ""right to an uncluttered appearance" in the city.

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Rainfall Dents Corn Denting [AUDIO]

Recent rainfall has put a dent in corn denting, but the same can't be said for corn condition, according to USDA Meteorologist Brad Rippey. A former State Senator says the city of Torrington will pay him $25,000 to settle his first amendment lawsuit for city officials banning him from city buildings. Amy Richards has details. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Commentary: Herschler Gallery Still Closed to Public in Proposed Policy

April 18, 2012

The advocates for faith, family and freedom, WyWatch, have alerted the public that the Governor's Deputy Chief of Staff, Tony Young, has informed them that there will only be 15 minutes of public testimony at the SBC (State Building Commission) meeting today, April 18, 2012, at 8:00 AM...

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