Some Wyoming lawmakers are pushing a new bill that would require the state to secure criminal convictions to support forfeiture actions that take cash and other assets from people law enforcement authorities suspect of involvement in the illegal drug trade.
Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead is proposing to reduce the rate at which the state puts money into permanent savings. He wants to free up funds for state projects in response to projected declines in energy revenues.
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