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School CPR Bill Delayed by Wyoming Senate Panel

Under the current proposal, school districts would be required to provide instruction in cardiopulmonary resuscitation basics to students.

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Liquor
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Bill to Change Inoperative Liquor License Rules Advances

The bill is aimed at freeing up inoperative, or parked, retail liquor licenses across the state, allowing new business owners to take advantage of the license.

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School District Consolidation Idea Not Politically Viable

Opponents and even supporters say district consolidation is politically toxic because it erodes local control and would save relatively little money.

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Proposed Legislation Would Eliminate Wyoming Marriage Licenses

Sundance Republican Rep. Tyler Lindholm is sponsoring the legislation and says the state has no role in ensuring weddings take place.

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Measure Would Increase Students in Wyoming Classrooms

A similar proposal was dropped by the Interim Joint Education Committee last month.

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Lawmakers Look to Remove Preferential Treatment From Hiring

The measure would also prohibit discrimination against people who fall into those categories, which is similar to protections already afforded under federal law.

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K-12 Funding Crisis Looms Large as Wyoming Lawmakers Convene

Funding for Wyoming K-12 education faces a $400 million annual shortfall due to falling tax revenues amid weak markets for coal, oil and natural gas.

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Bill Would Tighten Rules for Inoperative lIquor Licenses

Liquor association director Mike Moser says that means licenses can effectively be parked for decades.

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Lawmakers to Again Consider Bill Banning Wildlife Feeding

Last year, lawmakers considered a similar measure, but the legislation was defeated on introduction.

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Early Voting Begins In Iowa For Presidential Election
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Wyoming Lawmakers Consider Reinstating Felons’ Voting Rights Faster

Lead sponsor of the bill, Rep. James Byrd, D-Cheyenne, says it is unfair to make it difficult for nonviolent felons to get their voting rights back.

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