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Building Commission Approves 300k For Capitol Complex Study

The State Building Commission approved $300,000 for a Level 1 and Level 2 study of how to design the Capitol complex space most efficiently.

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SBC Votes to Buy Building for Snowy Range Academy

The State Building Commission voted Tuesday to spend up to $4 million to purchase a building in Laramie for the Snowy Range Academy.  The members of the commission who voted in favor of the purchase were Gov

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Gov Meads State Building Commission On Across America! [Audio]

"Although the commissioners have done the right thing by recognizing that they violated the First Amendment rights of WyWatch, members who simply wanted to display signs as others had been allowed to do, we disagree that the solution is to then shut everyone up so that you don't have to allow pro-life speech anymore," Scruggs explained.

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Wyoming Building Commission Considers Revisions to Policy [AUDIO]

The State Building Commission will consider revisions to its recently adopted policy to ban all demonstrations in the tunnel between the Capitol Building and the Herschler Building. Doug Randall has the details.  The Wyoming Secretary of State's office is trying to help businesses prevent identity theft. Click past the 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. Since there will be such a limited time to discu

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Gov. Mead Wants To Get The 1st Amendment Right THIS Time!

Although the Governor said he did not know about the removal of the pro-life banners until well after the fact, citizens of Wyoming called and e-mailed his office in February of 2011 to ask him to put the pro-life banners back in the Herschler Gallery.

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Another Case of Listeria-Related Illness in Wyoming [AUDIO]

The Wyoming Department of Health says it has confirmed that a fourth case of Listeria-related illness in the state is the same strain of the disease that has been associated with tainted cantaloupe. Doug Randall has more. The State Building Commission Wednesday voted to recommend to the Legislature to spend 4.4 million to pay for the next stage of design work on a potential 200,000 square foot office building on the site of the former Pioneer Safeway. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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