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Governor’s Push to Streamline State Government Continues

The Governor said the goal of the rules project is to reduce rules both in number and length by 1/3rd.

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Gov. Mead Says Revenue Picture Strong So Far

Governor Matt Mead says the state's revenue picture is better than expected, so it doesn't look like there will be a need to impose mandatory cuts on state agencies.

Mead says he has met with legsislative leadership and is continuing to work on the budget

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Gov. Mead: EPA’s ” Sue and Settle ” Policy Detrimental to Wyoming

Governor Matt Mead says that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is skirting the law through a pattern of settling lawsuits after being sued by special interest groups. In a letter to the Administrator of the EPA, Gina McCarthy, Governor Mead criticized EPA’s proposed consent decree with the Sierra Club

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Gov. Mead Declares Women’s Range Day in Wyoming

Governor Matt mead signed a proclamation Wednesday declaring the 4th Tuesday of every month as " Girls' night out at the Range " and August 6th 2013 as " National Women's Range Day in Wyoming."  The Governor was joined by April Strong a facilitator for " A Girl and a Gun" women's shooting club, which is launching its first chapter in Wyoming

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Mead Appoints New Circuit Court Judge [AUDIO]

A Federal Appeals Court has sided with the EPA in an ongoing dispute with Texas and Wyoming over reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Amy Richards reports. Governor Matt Mead has appointed a new Circuit Court Judge in Sweetwater County. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Wyoming Supreme Court Will Decide on Grizzly Bear Records [AUDIO]

The Wyoming Supreme Court must decide on whether Governor Matt Mead was justified in withholding documents pertaining to grizzly bear management. Doug Randall reports. The University of Wyoming is losing faculty members at an accelerating rate and is falling behind average pay levels at other public research universities. Trevor T. Trujillo has more. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Gov. Mead Says Coal Important Part of Nation’s Energy Picture [AUDIO]

Governor Matt Mead says coal continues to play a critical role in the nation's energy production, even as President Obama promises federal action to restrict carbon emissions. A proposed Glenrock wind farm is given more time to get their financials In order. Doug Randall has the details. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Enzi, Lummis Reintroduce Fairness Act [AUIDO]

Senator Mike Enzi and Congresswoman Cynthia Lummis have joined several other lawmakers to reintroduce the Small Business Fairness Act of 2013. Amy Richards reports. The Environmental Protection Agency is abandoning it's plan to confirm hydraulic fracturing is linked to groundwater pollution in central Wyoming. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Mead Asks EPA Not To Rush Haze Plan Comment [AUDIO]

Authorities say it could be up to eight weeks before autopsy results are available on a man who was found dead at a Casper shooting range last Sunday. Governor Matt Mead is asking the Environmental Protection Agency not to rush public comment on it's proposed Regional Haze Plan. Amy Richards reports. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Governor Matt Mead on Education Director Candidates

Goovernor Mead said he needs more time because of the quality of the candidates. He said all of them are eager to come to Wyoming.

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